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(June, 2004)

Andy Alpern

Rujum el-Hiri

Dave Albright

Business Culture - Man with Briefcase, Fort Worth, Texas

Lamar and 7th Street, Burnett Park, Fort Worth, Texas, USA

June 20, 2004 10:23 Central Daylight Time (GMT -6)

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© 2004 Dave & Pat Albright, All Rights Reserved.

Transversing time from when man bartered for goods and services, to the English Commercial Law in the 1200 to 1300's, and the creation of the Uniform Commercial Code in the late 19th century, international and domestic business and trade are a tapistry of our world development. The Briefcase Man captures the essence of the world wide business culture. Artist:Jonathan Borofsky, Sculpture is 50' h x 22' w x 1' thick 24,000lbs Brushed Aluminum. [17m x 7.3m x 30cm, 10,909kg]
More Panoramas of Downtown Fort Worth, Texas by Dave Albright
Taken with Nikon 990 FC-E8 16mm mode, f.5 at 1/291 sec, Kaidan Kiwi990. Stitched: PTGui PhotoVista Panoweaver 3 and PS CS.

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