The closer you get, the further I fall. It's actually a song by "Alabama" that you reminded me of. I know it is silly but that's how I am...Silly...
Hi angel feathers tickle me! I love these sort of stark, geometric buildings set in forests. They seem to both contrast and complement at the same time (?) I went to Stirling University, Scotland, purely based on the way the building sat in between the stark hills and woodland (oh, and that a professor made a witty comment about my hat! :-)) I just loved looking at the place every day for 5 years (couldn't leave! :-))
Oh, that is beautiful! I would love to live some place like that!Thanks for sharing that!Marc
Apologies, angel feathers tickle me! You came to visit, and somehow the comment you left has been removed (wasn't me, honest!)I'd thought, at first, when I saw the space, that Kilroy's 'anonymous' friend had visited and done a lot of swearing, or something, but now I've had a chance to check my mailbox, I see you didn't swear at all!!! :-) so, I have no idea why it's not there!
Mr. Wright's grand achievement. Did you ever hear the story about how approval of the design came about? I think I'll have to take this as a treasure for Things I've Found In The Blogosphere.
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