In the Library of Congress: Timeless Architecture and Design

Posted By Mike Padgett

Feb. 5, 2010

Words seem insufficient to describe the visual impact of the interior of the Library of Congress. From my archives. Copyright 2009 photo by Mike Padgett.


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Feb 5th, 2011

One Comment to 'In the Library of Congress: Timeless Architecture and Design'

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  1. KCCarper said,

    Wonderful subject – composition and lighting exquisite. I want to be there and just gaze in wonder. Architectural genius combine with talented photographer. Thank you!

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