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Water and Concrete

Unfortunately, any musings today would be heavily influenced by textbook readings. In the interest of sparing you all a reflection on textbooks, studying, and other similar subjects, today’s musings will instead be a pictorial glimpse of a recent visit to the Fort Worth Water Gardens. 54 more words

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Houston Water Wall ~ Under The Arch

Houston Water Wall ~ Under The Arch Photograph by Mabry Campbell, Houston, Texas, 2014

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Chapel of St. Basil Portico II

Chapel of St. Basil Portico II Photograph by Mabry Campbell, Houston, Texas, 2013

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For $1.575 million, you could own the kissing cousin of a priceless architecture icon

For the privilege of walking the grounds of Philip Johnson’s Glass House, the building that brought its architect (and resident) instant fame when it was completed in New Canaan, Connecticut, in 1949, you’ll pay $30, or $100 for an  116 more words

Dynamic Lines On Williams Tower

Dynamic Lines On Williams Tower Photograph by Mabry Campbell, 2012

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Who Were the Harvard Five—And What Do They Have to do with Connecticut?

When most people think of Connecticut architecture, they most often think of Colonial saltbox houses or white steepled churches nestled in green hills. They usually don’t think of the International Style of modern architecture, and they certainly don’t think of Harvard University. 194 more words

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