So after I got that Time Magazine gig a couple weeks ago, I've become addicted to taking night shots, which is convenient considering I can't go out until after it's dark now after the time change. I still have A LOT to learn but I'm loving the different character of the city after dark, the way a beautiful building in the daytime becomes unnoticeable in the dark, and relatively humble buildings take on a new beauty in the right light.
I loved the colored lamps on the exterior of this little church, which sits across the street from Henry Ford's second auto factory and the first where he started building Model Ts (The Piquette Street Plant). This is certainly what my friend David Schalliol would call an isolated building study, and if you like night shots check out his amazing flickr stream.
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