Monday, October 31, 2011


 This small set is all about architecture; both physical and mental.

The Federal Building in Jackson is the first government building to be named after an African American. Dr. A.H. McCoy was a prominent dentist and business leader.

With a 30 second exposure, I tried to represent da Vinci's Virtruvian Man. The human architecture. I also used a pen light to show my spine.
The Madison County Courthouse and square were prominently featured in the 1996 movie A Time to Kill, adapted from the John Grisham novel. 

 Alan Blakely is a young Commercial Architectural Photographer who is the founder and current director of The Association of Independent Architectural Photographers (AIAP), and Real Estate Photographers of America (REPA). His work can be found at

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