Sayles Hall, Brown University, Providence, RI
January 30, 2004 3:17 PM
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21 comments on this photo:
i dont know if its the composition or the simplistic intensity thats making this an incredible photograph. who thought so much could go on in such an vacant space?
— 8 1/2 inches on 1 Feb 04 at 10:26 PM
Beautiful colors and light
— Judith Polakoff on 4 Feb 04 at 2:40 PM
Great picture. Nice subdued colors, although I think it would also make an interesting b&w.
on 4 Feb 04 at 4:38 PM
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on 7 Feb 04 at 8:37 PM
congrats to the well-earned noteworthy! great shot:)
on 11 Feb 04 at 4:17 PM
Perfect cropping. And I love the subdued light.
on 1 May 04 at 12:16 AM
I taught my first class as a teaching assistant in Sayles in 1970. I remember arriving the first day before the students did and opening the door to get ready for them. The room might have looked something like this.
Dr. Penny Pickett
on 9 Oct 04 at 8:05 PM
beautiful, the composition is striking!
— emily on 14 Jan 05 at 1:38 PM
I agree, very stark and beautiful drawing from the everyday mundane in a not-so-mundane manner.
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