Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Detroit Renaissance Center



Detroit Renaissance Center, close up and view from the people mover. Click images to view larger. [If you can't see these photos (they are visible to me), click here for the first one and here for the second.]

I have no idea why people cannot see some of my images, because they are visible to me in two different browsers. I re-posted yesterday's images as well. I hope you can see these.
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10 comments:

TeamSplashi said...

Your blog looks A OK .
Cheers, we too like to follow non of rules.

:)

NorthBayPhoto said...

Great photos! I really like the top photo (with the reflection).

Thanks for visiting my NorthBayPhoto blog and for being a non-follower of the rules as well!

PS> Wow. Somebody else who likes liver & brussels sprouts as well...but the brussels sprouts have to have fresh butter on top!! Hmm...I'm getting hungry now!

Which Main? What Cross? said...

Nice. Crisp.

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Nice!

You can see your pictures because they reside in your hard drive (that's what the "local" part of the URL means - always look at the address of the photo, if it starts with something like http://local or something similar, it means that the file didn't upload.

ft. Lauderdale Daily Photo said...

HIgh-rise reflection shot is terrific. I saw all your photos just fine.

Marie said...

I too like the photo with the reflection. The other one also. :-))

Anonymous said...

Great photos! Detroit looks so different to anywhere I have seen!
Is this a gathering of "no rules!* people? HAHA.

Tara's Talk said...

Fabulous building! These many windowed buildlings like this fascinate me:) thanks for sharing all your great photos!

Stop by & visit sometime:)
~Tara
http://tarastalkntreasures.blogspot.com/

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I am running behind on my commenting and I apologize! Life has this way of interfering with blogging, LOL!

Thanks all for your great comments.

Fenix, I had that posting problem on another blog and thanks to you, I know how to fix it.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I'm in favor of a gathering of no-rules people!

(Would that be anarchy?)