Sunday, June 16, 2013

Connecticut Science Center



The Connecticut Science Center has been shoehorned into a small site on the Connecticut River, next to a riverfront park, the convention center and a hotel, and across the street from a couple of insurance companies.  It is a difficult location to get a decent photo of the building.  I have taken and deleted numerous photos of the science center in the past.  Here are two recent ones I didn't delete.


12 comments:

Tojav said...

Interesting shape of the building.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Science museums are certainly worthwhile. A more challenging mission for a community than building a science museum is to sustain quality science education in their public schools.

Sharon said...

What an amazing building.

sylvia kirkwood said...

An amazing building indeed! Great shots as always, Jack! Hope your trip is going well!

Karl Demetz said...

I agree, amazing building.
Enjoy your stay in Italy, do you not come to Bolzano? ;-)

RedPat said...

Very interesting building, Jack. It is a bit overpowered by that large building in the bottom pic!

William Kendall said...

Looks like an interesting building, Jack!

Ed said...

I don't think anyone can better than your first picture, Jack. It is a hard building to photography well. You captured it here nicely.

Michelle said...

I do like all of that glass on the building.

Randy said...

Nice architecture for a science center.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I like the gull wing effect on the roof line.

Tash said...

love the building. Ever visit Seattle's main library. super building too.