On a walk around downtown Tampa, Florida last year, I found a lot of interesting architecture. Armed with my camera and tripod, I set out to capture the beauty of this city. Now normally I drive through the area, casually glancing out the windows and catching some of the buildings,  but parking the car and walking around for a few hours gives a completely different perspective. There are so many things that you just don’t see while behind the wheel. Plus it’s great exercise!

As I was strolling down the street, I came across this building. What struck me most was the rich texture of the red brick facade. It popped out between the other buildings. Traffic was minimal as this was taken on a Saturday, so I didn’t have to worry about too many pedestrians or cars moving through the shot. The reflections in the windows were an added bonus.

This building houses a cafe and a restaurant on the bottom floor and a law firm on the 2nd and 3rd floors. For a little bit of history about this building click here – 110 East Madison.

I hope you enjoyed today’s post. Please consider leaving a comment as I always enjoy hearing from my visitors! 😀

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25 thoughts on “Red

  1. i love love the reflections in the window…almost as if u’re looking through to the sky…i’m not too partial to red (i like blue), but u did such an amazing job i may have to rethink that :)….great details!!!


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  3. Hello Michael, I wanted to drop by and say nice to meet another Floridian Photographer. This image of the accounting building is very captivating. They picked a perfect color to stand out and have people recognize them. Looking forward to seeing more of your work.


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