The downtown Orlando skyline has certainly changed over the years, and the Orange County Courthouse is one of the few buildings not yet crowded out of view by the further advances of progress. Completed in 1997, the current courthouse stands 416 feet tall. The 23-story building has 9,500 windows looking out on Orlando – a numbing fact considering how much I hate washing the 16 windows in my single-story home.
“Orange County Courthouse, Orlando, FL” [Click the image to enlarge/reduce its size.] Nikon D800, ISO 3200, f/16 at 1.6 sec. handheld, 50 mm
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