Forget why you came here and explore a bit. Clicky the images for bigger views. Use those arrow keys to move around. Come on, lengthen that attention span and you just might save the entire world from certain destruction! Doesn’t that sound like fun?
The newly opened Adobe campus in Lehi, Utah is a visually inspiring building. Its bold lines, diagonal angles, sweeping views, and concrete & glass structures give any photographer plenty to think about. Top that off with some of the most interesting people in Utah technology and you’ve got a compelling mixture. What started with a “bring your camera” to work idea has turned in to full fledge project. It is, as many new projects, still young. Rather than hide it until it is fully developed I think it is much more fun to put it out there. What will it be about? Will it be about the space, the people in it, simple composition, or more? One thing I am already sure of is that there are two very strong moods to experience. There is a vibrant color mood draped in Adobe’s signature corporate colors, splashes of brilliant paint, and amazing works of art. Then there is a strong monochrome mood with angled glass, concrete, bold graphics, and textures. So hop aboard this train, and let’s see where it goes together!
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I like reflections, both literal and figurative ones. The process of stopping to think about our world and the place we fill within it is a function of understanding what is real. Separating who we really are from who we think we are begins with reflection. Once we get past ourselves we can extend this reflection to our families, communities, and nations. There has never been a moment in history when reflection has been as important as now. We must examine ourselves individually first. What is the role you fill in the world? What is your reality? How do you feel about it?
Or, maybe, you just want to play basketball.
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