Specifically, Buffalo’s Niagara Square. We were just driving through Niagara Square (a circular park surrounded by a roundabout, ironically) and I said to my driver (i.e., my dad), “Whoa, can we pull over?” We went around several blocks (navigation wasn’t that easy) and found ourselves back in the Square/Circle, where Marcus and I jumped out and got some photographs of the pretty cool buildings. The tall block one above is Buffalo’s City Hall, and it’s pretty darn impressive. The glass building below is Buffalo’s Federal Courthouse, and the brick building behind that is the Statler Tower (what used to be a hotel).
This gallery of photographs is pretty much just those buildings, over and over. I really liked them. The first photograph I thought was cool because the street looked surprisingly empty at that moment for rush-hour. The second photograph probably shouldn’t have been included, except that I was kind of proud that it turned out so well, given that it was taken while in a moving car, by holding my camera out the window and up above the car roof and blindly shooting. (That was, you might have guessed, right before I asked to pull over). Enjoy!
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