Alcatraz Prison Block
Category: Architecture, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: Alcatraz, architecture, cell, cell block, convicted, crime, Federal Prison, National Parks, Photography, Prison, Timothy S. Allen, Weekly Photo Challenge
Very cool. I haven’t been there in years although I see it from a distance regularly.
Thank you. Ferry tickets are hard to get and there is a lot of walking. The exhibit will be up for another 5 months. Here is a link to the exhibit http://www.for-site.org/project/ai-weiwei-alcatraz/
Maybe in three months or so I can go. It looks like a great exhibit. Thanks for the heads up on the walking. I haven’t been there in probably 30 years or more. Last time I went they allowed us to stand in Al Capon’s cell. Glad I’m on this side of the bars!
Amen to the right side of the cell. There is a electric cart that takes people around but to see one of the exhibits it requires using a narrow passageway and stairs. I’m not sure what they have done to address the ADA. Even with these limititations, the exhibit is worth seeing.
Thanks for the info. 🙂
Cool pic x
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