Monday, March 29, 2010

Turning the Corner at Biosphere 2

Here is a photo I took while walking inside the futuristic structure at Biosphere 2, which is the largest closed structure in the world and is located in Oracle, Arizona.

I like the feel of this photo.

The futuristic building is quite fun to photograph.

Check out our travel photos of the fabulous architecture of India at Viva la Voyage!

11 comments:

PAK said...

The structure looks great!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This is another photo that looks like the set for a science fiction movie. I can imagine an excited crew member running around into the view of this photo and exclaiming, "Captain, the reverse thrusters are not working! We will plunge into the gravity field of the giant asteroid in 4 minutes if we cannot accomplish the emergency reactivation cycle, which normally takes 5 minutes."

Jørgen Carlsen said...

Impressive structures inside the Biosphere.

Hilda said...

"The futuristic building is quite fun to photograph."

I agree! And I'm glad that we're reaping the benefits of that fact. :)

It really looks fantastic.

Kate said...

And, it must be fun to be inside the building, too.

Lois said...

I like it too Julie! It has a sort of eerie look to it.

glenda said...

You are getting some great shots. Enjoying the tour.

Marie-Noyale said...

Hello Julie,
I would like to ask you some questions about Lake Powell but I don't see your address email can you send it to me at lafarigoule@aol.com?
Thanks.
MN

Rob and Mandy said...

That's quite amazing! Could be some station on the moon, Or is it the outer hull of Battlestar Galactica? And does too much scifi damage the brain?????

Meri said...

There's a fun architectural thing to photograph inside and out in Seattle too -- the very futuristic Experience Music Project.

Carolyn said...

Intriguing structure. Nice, moody photo.

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