The money machine: Austin

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If you don’t have the $5.95 for a combo meal at this place, this ATM is just around the corner.

But more importantly, why do you suppose that bricked-in window was so low?

Oh, and for those of you keeping score at home, you can add to my list of terms I hate this one: ATM machine.

Austin, Texas

photographed 12.21.12

Posted on February 24, 2013, in architecture, Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. Great B&W. Excellent capture of reflexion in window !

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  2. That’s where you put the pies to cool! Great shot.

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  3. I like the reflection too.
    The opening (I would doubt ‘window’ would be quite the right word) probably let something in via shovel or chute. Coal would be my bet – is the building likely to have either been heated or had steam power in its early days? Or some other product that was being processed at this location – maybe bales of something, or barrels. There could have been a wooden ramp on either side of the opening.

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  4. people were smaller then. maybe it was a pizza pass-thru bar in the 1880s. keebler elves?

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  5. How about adding “PIN number” to your list of terms?

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  6. Seriously, that reflection in the window is so terrific it should be named. Something like “The Enigmatic Reflection”, or “Bob”, I’m not sure which.

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