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More aluminum siding.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Ash. I looked at this for weeks in color and it was nice that the car, boat and building were all the same color but when I converted it to B&W it really looked nice.

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  1. Linda Grashoff

    Really really like this, Ken. And black and white seems perfect for this composition. I’ve zoomed up my browser window for this. I like to look and look at it. I think it’s the shiny surfaces that appeal to me most, but the shapes are what make them look good. I also like the matching peaked roofs, one on the left and the other on the right. The whole thing is just lovely. Can’t wait to see your follow-up photographs of this place.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Linda. This is one of the most interesting buildings I’ve come across in a long time. If Frank Gehry was designing buildings in the 1940s, this might have been one of his.

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      1. Melinda Green Harvey

        I did actually have a rusty car once. It was a Pinto (so the rust was actually the most minor problem). It had gotten rusty when I was in college near Houston. Then I moved to Albuquerque, and my dad said he reckoned the rust would heal itself in that dry climate.

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