This is one of those shots where patience paid off. I was watching the clouds proceed across the Heritage Plaza in downtown Houston and this alignment presented itself. I think it has sort of a Magritte feel to it where you don’t really know what’s real and what’s reflection. I also finally found a parking garage where security guards won’t hound you off and got an angle on this building that I’ve never achieved before. It’s usually backed by the rest of the downtown skyline since it is on the western edge of the downtown district but this time I got the shot from behind it.
I got a number of good shots that day, several of which will be featured in my show “Skyscraper City” at the Betz Gallery on West Gray in Houston from December 4th to the 23rd. This photograph will be featured as a 30′X40″ metal print along with four other large images printed on the same medium.