On the way back from my trip to Santa Fe, while walking through a breezeway, I saw these great geometric forms in-between the two buildings. I dug out a fresh roll of film and made these photos.
Having a fresh roll of film with only a few shots taken, a few days later I revisited an earlier location on 52 Rolls, the Mesa Laboratory of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder Colorado. This is a famous building designed by the architect I.M Pei. A classic example of the “brutalist” design.
Photographs made with a Mamiya 6, wide angle 50 mm lens, Ilford Delta 100 film, developed in FA 1027 developer and scanned on an Epson V700 flatbed scanner.