Today’s featured photo of the day! The feature is: Architecture – Vintage Architecture
Here is today’s featured photos. To let the spring months shine, I am featuring fine photos of great architecture. Part 2 features the beauty of Vintage Architecture, so we can continue to honor the brighter side of life this year. So, here is a very nice vintage photo of the The Carbide & Carbon Building back in 1982! Architecture maintained properly from that era holds up very well while maintained on an ongoing basis. How beautiful this featured building is at its location at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Wacker Place, just a block south of the DuSable Bridge on Michigan Avenue, and a couple blocks north of Millennium Park! The building was finished in 1929 and designed by sons of Daniel Burnham, and almost impossible to miss because of its unique appearance at such a popular location. How beautiful!!
Photo taken with a Nikon EM-through a Nikon 26 mm lens, filter=Polarizer, Aperture=22 f/stop, shutter-speed 1/125th second, loaded with Kodak Plus-X Black & White 135 Negative Film ISO (ASA) 125 (fine grain) processed with D-76 Processing Chemicals, and a fiber paper print using the Kodak Professional “warm-tone” enlargement paper developed with Kodak Dektol chemicals onto a 3½x5″ matte-gloss print. Date – June – 1982.
Another fine Architectural photograph to follow very soon: Feature – Part 2: Vintage Architecture!!
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2 thoughts on “Featured Photo: Architecture, Part 2 – Vintage Architecture – The Carbide & Carbon Building”
I love when you share the pictures! Very awesome!
That’s a fantastic photo. They quit making buildings like that a long time ago. it’s to bad.