The Guardian Building Detroit is something of wonder. Housing some of the most iconic styles, as far as buildings stand out, it makes sense that it is a destination. Built in 1928 and finished in 1929 one cannot help but gaze at the beauty housed within. A true marvel to be built in one year with such elegance and style. When you step foot through the large rotating doors a sea of color announces itself to you. Grandiose displays of Detroits historical roots greet you with warmth and splendor. What Detroit was becomes common talk among the walls. If they could speak one could write book after book detailing the events.
Then comes the reality. The Good and the bad. You name it. I’m sure there is a lot of unknown as well as known history to the city, but one solid evidence of years past stands true day in and day out. The architecture and the people. Buildings standing as a testament to remind us of one simple thing. History. History has two sides. What has happened and what will and this is a testament to what was and will become. Julia and Henry desired their engagement photos to take place where they will also be married. So as the unstoppable trajectory of history goes memories were made and they will be created. We look at history to tell us the future and seeing what has happened paired with what will pushes the narrative forward. The story moves on. Beauty and fading aesthetic.