Lonely Lobby

Walking the downtown streets of any large city at night is somewhat surreal. The crowds are gone, the breeze is cooler and the lights make everything look different. Most buildings go to sleep, as they quietly sit until they awake the next morning to their daily visitors.

This lonely lobby is One Allen Center. This shot was more of a personal challenge just to try, as it was extremely dark inside. Yet, it still had the eerie feeling that ghostly images were entering the doors and crossing the lobby to their offices high above the streets.

Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

2 Responses to Lonely Lobby

  1. Kris Koeller says:

    I like the reflections here.

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