This was my first view on the Petronas Towers seen from my hotel-room. The buildings reflected in another building.
It was my first trip to KL. An interesting multicultural and multietnic city. I enjoyed the 3 days in KL on my way to Bali.
Critiques | Translate
Dpbours (222) 2008-01-16 7:16
I do like your different point of view of these two beautiful towers! It's a while ago I posted a series on the Petronas towers, but I do really like KL. An amazing melting pot of cultures and old and new.
I do have a slight feel that the focus is a bit more on the tow lower buildings reflected in the foreground. But focussing through a mirrored wall, that surely is a pain in the lower behind ;-). Thanks for sharing!
romanaa (8016) 2008-01-16 7:19
your picture is so different from the others, the reflections in glass create very nice pattern. Well done
flatwin (2181) 2008-01-16 7:46
bel effet de réflection que tu nous présente
Paolo (41222) 2008-01-16 8:00
Hi Nino. amazing reflections, the Petronas as in a impressionist paint!
danielswalsh (13599) 2008-01-16 18:30
Nice shot Nino!
Excellent idea to display the towers in a new light (so to speak). Still very much recognizable in this distorted reflection. The black-out window actually adds to the shot, nicely breaking up the otherwise perfect grid.
All the best in 2008!
berek (50506) 2008-01-16 22:31
good idea and great reflections. well framed picture. greetings.
devimeuxbe (58557) 2008-01-17 12:47
I didn't see this perspective during my last stay in KL
It's very beautifull.
Stepan (27210) 2008-01-17 12:51
Looks really great and original (never seen that view before). Looks like toy or candies or khakie towers... Excellent.
Traczewska (14) 2008-01-17 15:21
One thousands puzzles wre needed to build this mosaique.. great reflection with an artistic mess changing well known, architectonical forms.. Great observation!
with regards, Agnieszka
bostankorkulugu (42480) 2008-01-17 16:51
:D their reflection looks so much better than themselves... well spotted and composed nino...
all the best to you in 2008...
Across_Asia (344) 2008-01-17 16:58
Love this alternative POV of the KL twin towers. Well done. Your shot proves that much-often photographed subjects can be depicted in new light if one looks for new angles/perspectives. At times, the opportunity comes along when we are at the right place (and time).
Cheers / Steven
siolaw (38292) 2008-01-17 21:49
Back in Europe? That is a good view from your room... i d love to go there only to take such a picture! I love these distortions and you ve got good expo, contrast and colors.
Greetings from Goa
vincz (19113) 2008-01-18 0:36
Very impressive. These reflections are unique, a great very creative catch of these so well known towers. Great work.
Angshu (56760) 2008-01-19 1:01
Back to cold Europe? This is surely an original of the twin towers. The fluid graphic reflections are indeed very interesting. Fine shot indeed!
barrufeto_77 (28886) 2008-01-20 22:09
Excellent view! The idea of the reflection of the Petronas Towers is lovely.
An unusual view so...great!
tinamunk3 (6408) 2008-01-27 1:06
So you are back from Bali. Hope you had a great trip. Great idea to start with a few days in KL (good alternative to BKK) on the way to Bali. It's a great capture of the towers - very creative. I really like the many square....especially the different nuances of the blue sky.
PS - I'm going back to Bali and Java the 29th of March for 5 weeks :O)
Have a nice Sunday.
mikeo (12129) 2008-02-01 12:34
Thas superb! Really well chosen POV in result of which the reflection looks like a modern mosaic. The glass seems to be so very clear so achieved excellent result.
I like it a lot!
marknunnerley (2780) 2008-02-25 6:38
It's like a giant mosaic Nino, done after a bottol or two of wine maybe. Looks like an impressive building. Difficult to obtain a different perspective but you have that here.
Anna-- (7791) 2008-03-16 6:49
it'is a beautiful reflection, very good light and colors. The open window seems a lost piece of a puzzle :)
Have a nice sunday
gpsony (448) 2008-10-04 22:31
A very different shot of a much shot building. Great work. Love the POV. I was there last month and pretty uninspired by the building. But this sort gives me an shot in the arm and makes me understand that I need to be patient and look around the subject for something different.