Sacred@the Train Station, Detroit


Sacred @ the Train Station, A V Z (From the Detroit’s Sacred Places Flickr Group)

Thanks for your thoughtful comments on Zen Photography and the picture from the now- defunct Michigan Central Station on Michigan Avenue.The train station is a ghostly place these days, but perhaps it seems sacred because of its cathedral-like architecture, scale and remarkable light. You seem to understand very well the methodology of the artist regarding the essence of a place and share his ability to capture this in a photograph.

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