Munich, Germany. It serves as a museum and showroom for Mercedes-Benz. It's a great way to display the cars to drivers passing by. The structure looks more like a vending machine for cars or a glass house for massive Matchbox cars. A smart move to effectively turn the building into a billboard. Another great example of bold European design.
Most of my blog posts are personal photos that give you some insight to my travels. I make my living by being an advertising, magazine, architectural, and corporate photographer in Indianapolis, IN.
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Arc de Triomphe, Paris, FranceFrance was the first country in Europe I ever visited. I was on a summer study abroad program with about 40 college students and, needless to say, we had an amazing time. The experience definitely gave me the travel bug for Europe. I told myself on the flight home from that trip that I would do it again. And I have........several times. These kinds of experiences can be life-changing on many levels. This photo depicts the Arc de Triomphe in a triptych form. The Arc was commissioned by Napoléon to commemorate his victory at the Battle of Austerlitz. There are 12 converging boulevards which make for an interesting traffic situation and the view from the top of the Arc is awesome. It's located on the Champs Elysees, probably the most famous street in Paris.