Connected

© LeAnn Wood

Connected

Uploaded: March 04, 2013

Description

Frank Lloyd Wright, Midway Chair, 1914
Designed in 1914 for his Chicago Midway Gardens, located in the Hyde Park area, this simple red metal chair with blue upholstery is part of a larger series of related furniture and accessories that Wright designed specifically for Midway Gardens. Bulldozed into Lake Michigan in 1929 to be used as a breakwater, Midway Gardens fell victim to Prohibition. The chair and table set currently reside in a privately owned FLW Usonian style home.

f/8, 1/25, ISO-800, 55mm Focal Length

Exif: F Number: 8, Exposure Bias Value: -0.67, ExposureTime: 1/25 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 800, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 55.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS REBEL T1i

Comments

Connie J. Bagot March 07, 2013

Huge WOW---love the lines and the color is awesome! Favorite for me! #1518112

Carol L. Fowler March 08, 2013

Nice EOD! Beautiful colors #10601786

LeAnn Wood March 09, 2013

Connie and Carol, thank you for your positive comments on "Connected". I think Frank Lloyd Wright had more to do with this photo than I! This was fun to shoot and research. #10602735

Virginia Leone level-classic March 09, 2013

Very cool graphic photo!! #10602751

LeAnn Wood March 09, 2013

Thanks, Virginia! #10602764

Stephen Zacker March 09, 2013

Well seen.. makes for a striking image #10603093

LeAnn Wood March 10, 2013

Thanks, Stephen. I'm a fan of FLW, so seeing his 1914 chair in person was great fun. #10603694

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