To begin, here is a shot of one of the corridors, this one leading east toward the Milwaukee City Hall.
I thought that the corridor ceiling supports would make an interesting abstract, but here decided that I wanted to include the larger scene for context.
Following are a couple of photos of corridor archwork.
Visually, the first shot has more power because of the sharp shadows. However, the black & white, taken from the side, has more of a "historical" feel to it that I also liked.
It was then that I noticed that the highly polished corridor floors were creating some interesting reflections of the bright sunlight streaming through the entrances and skylights. Here is one of the shots I took of those reflections.
I liked this as an abstract. However, I realized that the different colored tiles were too close to the bottom edge of the image and took another shot that was more centered.
And following are a couple more shots that don't have the interest that the above shot has. Perhaps they lack the needed diversity of color that the proper shot has.
The best of these was one involving a small child who was enjoying the afternoon in the rotunda.