Sunday, May 8, 2011

Dillard's in the evening...

14 comments:

youth_in_asia said...

That's one heck of a blue sky, Jacob. The blue reflected in the glass is great too.

youth_in_asia said...

That's one heck of a blue sky, Jacob. The blue reflected in the glass is great too.

Jack said...

Nice clear lines in the building and rich blue in the sky. No one there?

Randy said...

That sky is amazing. Maybe they were having a really good sale that day.

Olivier said...

QUEL CIEL, je ne connais pas Dillard's mais superbe architecture, j'aime bien cette immense baie vitrée

cieldequimper said...

Early evening then, yes?

Small City Scenes said...

We don't have a Dillards out thisaway---nor do we have a beautiful blue sky. Forcast says we will.

I am going to be gone for the remainder of the week. See y'll when I get back.

How come you changed your avatar again? MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful building, looks a charming shopping centre!
Léia

Amin said...

I see very beautiful colors in this photo!

Jarart said...

This looks like you could have snapped it in front of our Dillard's store! Do they all look the same??

Charlotte said...

Greetings!
What a beautiful picture. The contrast between the sky and this grand building is fantastic. Lovely!

Today I would have liked to be retired. I didn't get everything done, but after 11 hours, I gave up. Which made my mood less good, because I'm not a quitter. - Except for today. Blame it on the weather -:)
I wish you a peaceful and calm evening!
Best wishes!

Memphis MOJO said...

Others beat me to it, but the sky is amazing.

Small City Scenes said...

Before I go..........

I will take lots of pics. that goes without saying---whatever that means.

My poor dropped camera was not repairable so the replaced it with a Nikon---yes NIKON--L120. Comparable to my Canon plus more stuff.

Bye-de-bye
MB

EG Wow said...

Hmmm. So what is a Dillard's. I'm not familiar with this.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson