Abstract - Colored and Textured Glass in Campus Window IN8083
Many windows in the buildings which make up the Law Quad on the University of Michigan central campus contain geometric designs executed in glass that has a variety of colors and textures. The surfaces of the panes are not so rough that they don't throw back to the viewer reflections of their surroundings, which typically are even more colored than the glass itself. Nor are they so opaque that you can't catch glimpses of the rooms that lie beyond the windows. With the changing angle of the sun, and the changing seasons and weather, any such window never looks exactly the same twice.
DP260-2014 Posted September 17; processed September 16 from an image taken ditto.
See the original shot of this window in its stone embrasure here: http://smu.gs/1uFhAZQ
Thanks to all the good sports who tried to guess what yesterday's abstract was derived from (a caterpillar) regardless of whether you got it right, and for all the continued support of my self-indulgent, open-ended series of abstracts of whatever catches my eye.
Title: Abstract - Colored and Textured Glass in Campus Window IN8083
(eleventh in the current series)