Thank you to Becky for hosting this awesome challenge.
Jacksonville, Florida has a unique skyline which I don’t have a photo of. Shame on me! Pictured above is The Bank of America Tower formerly known as the Barnett Center and was built in the 1990’s and is the tallest building in Jacksonville standing at 617 feet/188 meters with 42 floors. This tower is the 17th tallest in the state of Florida as of the time of this blog.
The Wells Fargo Center, formerly known as the Independent Life Building and the Modis Building was the tallest building in Jacksonville from 1974 to 1990 before the Barnett Center was completed. From 1975-1981, this building was the tallest building in Florida when the One Tampa City Center was built. The One Tampa City Center lost that title many years ago.
This image was taken while I was sitting at a red light on my way to work. It is the bottom portion of my Wells Fargo Building above. I didn’t even notice the flag poles standing in a line with the palm trees until I was ready to crop. A simple bi-product of taking what I saw versus what was there all along. Love #linesandsquares!
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