On TE I've found many glass skyscrapers follow a fairly predictable style - less common are ones such as this that have fixtures like elevator columns attached to the side to break-up the classic rectangular formation.
Getting the whole building into one picture adds to the difficulty of capturing skyscrapers. At a loss I added its neighbouring buildings, the circular shaped one in particular I found interesting.
The problem with this one is that I left too much of the interior of the building I was in on the top left of this picture. Still I hope you get a bit of a feel for this place (!)
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robertosalguero (284) 2008-06-23 22:11
Indeed the window frame is a bit distracting but overall the image is very nice. Is hard sometimes to imagine some countries in some areas having such modern architecture. Usually when I think of Thailand I imagine old temples and palaces but not glass and steel. Nice light and details. Nice work.
basithry (480) 2008-06-23 22:37
There're few features in this shot, which make me to drop critique.
2.Separation between two buildings
3.Refelection of light on right building.
Those things which i didn't like are.
1.Inclusion of "The" writeen building (To the right)
2.Cuttage of bottom ground
3.Framing is not fine
(Best of luck for future)