Now you see it …
FRISCO —It took me just a little longer than normal to scrounge up a set of pics for this week’s #FriFotos Twitter chat. The Summit Voice photo archives are extensive, but so many of the images are nature-themed that I had to dig deep. In the end, I came up with a nice set that highlights glass at its best, in architecture, especially, to bring natural light to public spaces like galleries, airports and train station — or to hold a few ounces of a tasty brew.
These glass jars on a glass coffee table caught my son’s eye during a trip to the British Virgin Islands. Photo by Dylan Berwyn.
Nothing like a frothy glass of suds at a biergarten in Austria!
You can’t really do a photo essay about glass without including stained glass, right? This is one of the windows in the Neogothic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Linz, Austria.
The glass dome of a groovy remodeled shopping mall in Linz, Austria.
A glass-covered passageway at Frankfurt International (Rhein-Main) Airport.
Broken glass, Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
Glassy water, Dillon Reservoir, Colorado.
A glass of wine at a bistro in Luxembourg hit the spot after strolling around the town.
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