Took this outside the Glazer Children’s Museum in Tampa, Fla. Along the wall on the way to the entrance is a wonderful mirrored- and colored-glass mosaic. The sun was just right and the sky was brilliant. It was all begging to be photographed.
Sometimes, I like to look at the lines of architecture from extreme angles. It offers a different perspective on the world. What’s the perspective here? I don’t know, but I remember a quote from a book that said we look through the glass darkly and that we can see and know only in part. While this glass isn’t dark, the lines and reflections and angle allow us to see, but only see in part.
Hopefully, though, for this photo, that’s good enough.