When you’ve been following progress on a building for over two years, it’s sometime hard to come up with a fresh approach. But as part of our continuing association with the California Academy of Science in San Francisco, this is exactly what we were asked to do.
Various parts of the building had definitely matured somewhat since opening day with additional exhibits added along with the filling out of the planting in the rainforest. Filling the entire height (and more) of the interior, it had become near impossible to get an overall view of the dome since the exhibit installation prior to the opening.
Literally rising to the challenge, we wrangled a scissor lift literally inches from the opposing wall and with several carefully stitched frames, managed to capture the entirety of the glazed ball.