This historic place provides a great opportunity to observe the doors, windows, and the associated light patterns. 🙂
The exhibit called “100 untitled works in mill aluminum” by Donald Judd can be discovered at The Chinati Foundation just outside of downtown Marfa. These aluminum pieces are housed in two former artillery sheds which are awesome in their own rights. As per the website, “Each of the 100 works has the same outer dimensions (41 x 51 x 72 inches), although the interior is unique in every piece. The Lippincott Company of Connecticut fabricated the works, which were installed over a four-year period from 1982 through 1986.” Unfortunately, they don’t allow photos inside the building, but I think the lighting and reflections from walking along the outside windows made for some nice shots.
These windows in the dining room at Dave & Buster’s are most awesome. I arrived late for lunch, and had the whole place to myself. It is Wednesday, and that means half priced games all day. They also have some food specials that include reduced priced entrees if you purchase a game card. My lunch today was the Parmesan Garlic Chicken Caesar Salad and a Sour Lime Slush to drink. Yum!
The sun heats up the Schumacher House and casts some interesting patterns of light.