The station is one of the most beautiful buildings in San Diego. Completed in 1914, it was designed by the San Francisco based architectural firm of Blakewell and Brown. When it opened this was the largest station in the country used by a single carrier. It is built in the Spanish Colonial Revival style and considered to be one of the finest examples of that style.
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terrie (0) 2006-02-20 14:20
I'm not sure what the focal point of the picture is...the architecture of the buildings or the train lights. If the architecture, the light is distracting, if the lights, they're a little out of focus and cut off at the top. Seems a very busy composition without a clear focal point. The high rise on the left adds nothing to the composition and could have been cropped out.
xuaxo (6830) 2006-03-11 20:07
Santa Fe Depot is a pretty nice building, but is not easy to have a good photo of it, because of the high buildings and stuff around. In five months I couldn't get a shot that I like, but I'll keep trying.
Here, I guess you'd better avoid the traffic lights.