michael k. wilkinson, photographs of architecture &


day-to-day peeks and glances, courtesy of Instagram
And by taking this photograph on Instagram and cross-posting it to Flickr, I will have 25,000 photos on Flickr. Yay me.Sidewalk old guy dominos. Williamsburg.Art glass bottles, Junk Shop, Williamsburg.Formerly a barber shop, Williamsburg BKLN.John's of Bleeker Street, where you're not discouraged from carving your initials into your table by anything other than a lack of available free space.Alien hospital, West Village.What's a trip to New York without a visit to John's of Bleeker Street. We're eating a plain pizza pie, right in that little red window to the left of the front door.I'm fascinated by creepy superintendent basement apartment entrances. Only in New York.#captionitCould be Brooklyn, could be New Hampshire. OK, it's Brooklyn.Under the bridge.BOWERY REST SUPPLYLook up!I miss Crown Vics and Caprice Classics. In fact, I miss Checkers even more.I love water towers.Floppy ears.Union Square.Union Square.New York tags and all. What an urban battle tank. I remember when NYPD rolled in Plymouth Fury. #Plymouth #Fury #VISITChinese laundry, Delancey Street.View of the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges from the Williamsburg Bridge.Walking over the Williamsburg Bridge in the late afternoon is wonderful.We are now in Williamsburg. Too much fun. Way too much.Union Station, WDC.ABC. One of my favorite places in the world.ABC.ABC Home. The Ivy League of retail product display.ABC Home.Herringbone. ABC Home.ABC Home.Broadway near Union Sq.On the train to NYC, making album covers for the next big alt country act. Any takers?more



Michael K. Wilkinson is an architectural photographer based in Washington DC. Instagram is his creative outlet, and he uses it on a daily basis, sometimes hourly. We've plugged his Instagram feed into the space above this paragraph in the hopes of keeping the homepage fresh on a daily (sometimes hourly) basis. Please forgive any non-architectural, uninteresting or otherwise generally nonprofessional photographs in the Instagram feed. In particular, please forgive all the dog photos. Thank you.


If you're a serious person who just wants to get to business, click on recently (below) to browse recent architectural assignments. If you must.


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(May also contain links to photographs taken at Julius Shulman's home in the Hollywood Hills. Or, Richard Neutra's final residential commission in the US, right here in Washington DC.)


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Yes, that was a photography pun. Sort of. Sorry. Carry on.