Outside Cloud Theater Screen

This photo was taken on June 1, 2013 at 3:58pm.
The location was in an office park in College Park, Maryland.
The  "Take It!" came from my driving out of a parking spot and looking up beyond the street level where I was stopped at a stop sign.  What caught my eye was this almost perfectly proportioned stretch of glass that reflected the clouds with a grid pattern in a grand fashion.  There was a breeze blowing at that time so - the clouds that were up for review kept changing. I sat there for a while quite taken with what it was that I was seeing.  In what seemed like a long time another car approached the intersection and I had to move on.  It is definitely now on my list of look up places, especially when there is an active cloud cover.
The After Take: The few that I have shown this to - they all agree - that it takes on the appearance of being a cloud theater.  The fun of this is to be able to say that the theater operates during daylight hours only - lol.  
Another part of this photo is how different the design of this building is.  It almost looks like they had a rectangle base going and someone demanded that they shove another rectangle down over the top of it.  I cannot help but wonder if this odd shape (to me) serves some sort of special purpose.  I guess I am going to just have to go into the building and ask what it is all about - lol.  
Here is the hope that for those who enjoy clouds, that they find a special vantage point - or better yet - several special vantage points to watch them from.  I find it to be one of the most relaxing things I can do.
Wishing you all a great day,

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Comments: 5
  • #1

    Jim (Wednesday, 07 August 2013 20:21)


  • #2

    Sally (Wednesday, 07 August 2013 20:22)

    Great shot of those clouds!

  • #3

    Jake (Friday, 09 August 2013 14:46)

    WOW! That looks awesome!

  • #4

    Gabe (Friday, 09 August 2013 14:46)

    Digital clouds. Looks like super Nintendo.

  • #5

    Sf1967 (Friday, 09 August 2013 14:47)

    What an odd protuberance from the building.