On the Burling family vacation to Duck, NC, I took an early morning walk in Kitty Hawk— the town immediately to the south. Of course famous for its place in aviation history, Kitty Hawk also has a wonderful collection of beach houses ranging in architectural styles.
It is hard not to appreciate the utility and clean lines of this cedar shingled bungalow.
Bodie Island Light in Nags Head, NC, was completed in 1872. This one, the third incarnation built, is surely the last. Lighthouses are now obsolete. Their beacons, once a primary navigation aid, have been replaced by ship-board GPS systems. Will these monuments disappear? Perhaps not. For thousands of years, mariners have relied on visual navigation. Lighthouses are inexpensive, reliable, and ultimately, offer an extra level of protection in the event of an onboard system or technology failure.
That is, until the sailors themselves are no longer necessary…
2014 Wisdom Tree | VOA Architecture
2006 Solomon & Weinberg | TPG Architecture
… and currently works professionally throughout the United States and abroad, documenting achievements in architecture, design, and engineering in a comprehensive range of building types, interior spaces, and technologies.
This wordy explanation — from my bio — really does describe well what I do as an Architectural Photographer. These images were made on assignment for The Gap in Happy Valley, OR— they depict a new store design concept. Cheaper to build, more durable, and implementing new layout that will facilitate shopping.
Upon completion, we were called in to document the space. The images will be used for both internal and external promotion.
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