As I have mentioned previously, I am a fan of architecture in many forms - Roman to modern. This building is on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin, and I came across it while on a solo photowalk this past summer. It is interesting how photography makes you look at things differently than you did before you caught the bug - and even look at things you would never waste a glance on before. In this case, I was really enjoying all the different patterns, colors and textures in this scene though as a college student I walked by this building probably every day and never noticed any of it. I guess photography really does change you - or at least change what you look at. Which reminds me of a quote from Wayne Dyer that I am a fan of: "When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change". So true.