Sitting over by the Michigan Union in what's known as Regents Plaza is a cube sculpture created by Tony Rosenthal in 1968. It's pretty neat because it spins around on the bottom, so you can get different looks at it.
This is the quintessential view of the cube.
Looking up at one of the sides.
Looking at another side.
Looking at a different angle.
It's interesting how you can take a picture from a different angle and turn something that is tangible into something abstract. I think I want to play around some more with some closeups of things. When you take a picture close enough, it's also becomes abstract. It becomes funner when you take a picture of a known quantity and you can even tell what it is from the close up.