The glint off the Petronas Towers was blinding. It meant that one could not take a photo of the buildings without some sun flare. It resulted in an interesting effect.
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andyohare (437) 2004-01-01 7:35
Superb. This is a striking composition.
I don't see the flare as an imperfection, after all if you were to look up at such a scene you'd have to shield your eyes against the glare.
eddy64 (29) 2004-01-01 14:11
Awsome, one can see the majestic of this building even if he/she did not go there.
cxxl (2684) 2004-01-01 16:18
Very effective reflections and contrast. I would also like to see in B&W :)
ilouy (3370) 2004-01-02 4:28
Belle prise de vue en contre-plongée! Impressionant! J'aime ce building métallisé, symbole de haute technologie, sur ce fond de ciel bleu nuageux. Le scintillement (flare) ne me dérange pas du tout, il évoque la forte luminosité du soleil à ce moment. Belle prise de vue avec un belle et forte perspective!
maciekda (19895) 2004-01-11 4:51
very original composition of those photographed from every possible side towers, good angle of view, great light, great shot!
shyeen (317) 2004-02-29 9:35
Really amazing and impressed!
I love to take photos of Twin towers, proud of it.
The angle of composition is just too perfect in this!
Gael (247) 2004-03-10 9:05
Fantastic Point of View. I regret the flare, and some blur, but it's ok.
karynss (69) 2007-03-19 2:17
The flare look nice in this composition with this KLCC.
- Copyright: Antoine Pace (antoinep) (167)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 1998-10-08
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Pentax Z-70, Hoya UV
- Exposure: 1/200 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Tallest Buildings in the World, Slanted views [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2004-01-01 7:29
- Favorites: 1 [view]