The area where I have done most of my lunchtime photo walks over the last few years, close to where my office building was, consists of a main street filled with typical restaurants and stores. The buildings are more interesting than most streets in this area and one of those buildings is the Nicholl Building where the Motion Picture & Television Fund health service is situated.
I have not been able to find details of who designed the building but it has similar themes (at least in my eyes) to Meier’s Getty Center in Los Angeles.
I have taken plenty of pictures of this building over the last few years and I never pass it (with a camera) without finding a new angle to shoot.
My office moved last year and so it’s not often I walk this area but earlier this year I did have the opportunity and managed another view on this interesting building this time using the Minolta V2 Rangefinder.