Sunday, October 31, 2004 | 12:00 a.m. CDT;
updated 2:55 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, July 22, 2008
As a newcomer, my desire to preserve and share my first impressions of a new place made me assemble this series of photographs of sites around Columbia. In an attempt to portray the nature of town, I wandered between the real and surreal, objective and subjective, architectural and imaginative. I wanted to capture the angles, shadows and colors that might go unnoticed by those more familiar with the sites.
The reflection of Buchroeder’s clock on the
window of the Pasta Factory on Broadway.
connecting streets, located between India's House restaurant and Van Matre and Harrison Law offices, at the intersection of Broadway and Hitt Street.
A reflection of the Seventh Street on a garage mirror, next to the Columbia Police Department.
A look into the corridor between
the Water and Light Department and the Police
Department on Seventh Street.
A view of the Jesse Hall dome and the waxing crescent moon facing southwest.