The Mexican-American architectural photographer Pedro E. Guerrero, might not have been as famous as his contemporary, Julius Schulman, but he, too, photographed masterworks by 20th Century giants like Eero Saarinen, Marcel Breuer, and, most famously, Frank Lloyd Wright. Guerrero, who died last year, also created indelible images of lesser known works by forgotten architects—like this Diamond gas station in Macon, Georgia, designed by the southern architect Thomas Little. Which may be a good enough reason for architectural photography to still exist as a discipline. Who, one wonders, would remember Thomas Little’s gem, if it weren’t for Guerrero?
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