This moody black and white architecture photo is reminiscent of the kind I made in the past. I do less of these now. But the opportunity presented itself while waiting for my wife.
We ducked into a Sheraton while looking for restrooms. The long escalators enticed me with their leading lines and symmetry. The monochrome conversions and shadows add mystery to an otherwise ordinary scene.
It occurred to me. Even in an exotic paradise like Hawaii, Modern architecture can render a space generic. There’s not much that separates this place from any other around the world. The only nod to its location is tropically themed artwork. Shouldn’t we expect more?
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