Posts Tagged ‘architecture’

Portfolio: Kansas Route 66

Portfolio: Kansas Route 66

The drive through Kansas is short, but we enjoy the stretch architecturally authentic American Main streets. Felt like we were driving through a movie-set, as the visual style began to resemble something familiar from old western films. This portfolio contains a selection of imagery from Kansas Route 66 including the stenciled “66″ on cracked asphalt [...]


Day 6: Fifteen Minutes of Fame for Route 66, Kansas

Day 6: Fifteen Minutes of Fame for Route 66, Kansas

American Pop Artist, Andy Warhol, once said, “In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes.” Well, for Kansas it is more like 15 miles… Actually, there are only 13.2 miles of Route 66 that go through this state. But it is some of the best preserved stretches of the old road, and we [...]


Portfolio: Illinois Route 66

Portfolio: Illinois Route 66

Illinois Route 66 takes us out of urban Chicago and into small town America. This is the flat and level terrain of the mid-west, where corn is king. We follow the road into rural towns, like Atlanta, with beautifully restored Main Streets that make us feel like we have stepped back in time. This portfolio [...]


Portfolio: Chicago – The City

Portfolio: Chicago - The City

Chicago is an eastern city at heart. Built upwards, instead of out, with skyscrapers defining its skyline, it reminds us a lot of New York. We are comfortable in this gritty urban landscape, where lines are predominantly vertical, and light and shadow play off architectural cues creating a photographic paradise. This portfolio contains a selection [...]