Wednesday, March 25, 2009


I had originally driven out to Pinnacle Mountain State Park for some pictures, but didn't really get anything out there. The dogwoods were blooming, but it was too windy to really get a good shot out of it. I ended up driving to downtown Little Rock for a short meeting, and on the way took a few pictures of the Stephens Building and the old courthouse and federal building, which was built between 1876 and 1881. It now serves as the home of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court and the U.S. Marhsal Service. I hope it isn't bad luck to have the Bankruptcy building in the same shot as the Stephens building, which is home to the Stephens Inc. investment company...

And another shot of the blue sky and clouds reflected in the glass panels of the Stephens Building.


Heather said...

Hello! I just stumbled on your blog while browsing for information on the old Catholic church out past the Toad Suck bridge.

Your work is great!

wondy said...

Lovely again Brian!

Cormackphotos said...

Thanks Heather, glad you enjoyed the blog!

And thanks again Windy!

Jonw said...

Unemployment seems to suit your photographic obsession. Too many that damn money thing keeps us from what we love.