You probably didn't know that there is an International Photography Hall of Fame. It's even more unlikely that you know it's located here. From time to time IPHF and excellent local photographer Richard Sprengler put on workshops in architectural photography, concentrating on our local building heritage.
One such program was held yesterday at the St. Louis Public Library's Central Branch. It opened in 1912 and became worn over the decades. A massive restoration and addition of a new wing led to its reopening in 2012. It's gorgeous inside and we will head there next.