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A Year of Sundays--Naval Air Station Alameda

For the next five weeks, I'm taking a Creative Photography of Architecture class, so you're likely to see a few images that are also class assignments. This weeks assignment is a one- or two-story building portrait. I headed out to the abandoned Alameda Naval Base which is a weird mix of empty buildings that are no longer in use, and some that have been taken over for new businesses. This old credit union building is definitely abandoned, and doesn't even look like it really was ever used as a credit union. (Additional images for the class assignment can be found here, not all taken on Sunday.)

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