I seem to have a thing for windows and doors. There’s something about the geometry, the right angles, the textures….not exactly sure, but windows and doors are one of my favorite subjects for photography.
Today’s image is a case in point. These are the windows in the front of Monti’s La Casa Vieja restaurant in Tempe, Arizona. Monti’s has the distinction of being the “oldest continuously occupied structure in the Phoenix metropolitan area“. The architecture and character of these old buildings just lend themselves to making great photographs, and especially to HDR work.
Monti’s is located right across from the old Hayden Flour Mill (check out this shot), another historic structure in Tempe. On our recent photowalk, the three of us stopped in front of Monti’s to shoot the flour mill which was lit up by the reflections of the morning sun bouncing off a large office building across the street. It was only by chance that I turned around and saw the wall behind me with these two beautiful windows. The window on the left shows the reflection of the flour mill, and the one on the right has a reflection of one of my fellow photographers.
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