Murchison Center University of North Texas, Denton

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  1. The Barbarian

    The Barbarian No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Both came out well!
     
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    Wait, wait, You have people in #2!!
    You always amaze me at how there are no people in your photos!
    Yes, nicely done, again ...
     
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    In #1, look halfway up the stairwell. There's someone sitting there, half hidden by a pillar. Mrs. B. says that I shoot architecture like people, and people like they're architecture.

    Not bad for a cell phone camera, I think. Mrs. Barbarian and I were going to a concert featuring baroque-era instruments and choir, and I had never been in the theater before.

    Never saw anyone play a theorbo before.
     
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    The Murchison Center, opened in 1999, is long after my UNT (NTSU) time. I graduated in '68. Nice to see the new buildings there. Nice photos as always.
     

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