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Vintage Neoclassical Structure

Located in Ann Arbor on the corner of South University & State Street, on the campus of the University of Michigan, this vintage black and white photograph features an entrance to the law quad. You can enjoy a print for your home or office, or to give as a gift, when you visit my galleries – thanks!


13 responses to “Vintage Neoclassical Structure”

  1. Kym Gordon Moore Avatar

    Oh wow, how stunning Phil. The depth of the dimension is spectacular, and the black and white representation adds a rich, regal touch, especially with the columns to this image. Love it my Numero Uno Photographer!!! 📷😍🏛🌟🎶🥰

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you for your kind words, my dear friend Kym ~ much appreciated! Yes, the black and white really works well with this image. Have a great day! 🤗🌹

      1. Kym Gordon Moore Avatar

        You’re absolutely welcome Phil. You have a FANtabulous day too my friend! 🥰💖😍

        1. Phil Avatar

          Thank you, Kym 🙏💖😙

  2. Balle Avatar

    Very nice picture!!!!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Glad you like it, dear Balle. The campus has some wonderful old-school architecture, as seen here. Have a nice night. 🤗🌹

      1. Balle Avatar

        It’s really beautiful 👍

  3. Pepper Avatar

    Wonderful. I will have to look for it next time I am in Ann Arbor. 😊

    1. Phil Avatar
  4. Michele Lee Avatar

    Interesting building and photo. Very nice!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you, lovely Michele. I’m glad you like it & wish for you a wonderful Wednesday! 😘🌹

      1. Michele Lee Avatar

        So far so good! Thank you, and same to you! 😄

        1. Phil Avatar

          TY Michele 😇

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