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The first thing I saw once entering the Union Depot from 4th Street was this clock on the far east wall of the main lobby, which also happens to be the home of Christos Greek Restaurant. Even though it was the clock that attracted me, it was the pillars and reflective floor that drew me in, sporting an attractive pinkish tone on top of the marble design. They were quite striking against the yellow and green trim.
Normally, I would have gotten in tighter on the pillars and clock, but the floor was just as impressive – look at that reflection! I’m not sure what’s behind the windows in the back, but I liked how the lights, being diffused by the muted glass, spotlighted the whole area.
Without a doubt, my favorite part of the depot. How often is that the case where the first things we see in a scene are the spots we remember most?