Yet another shot of the Selfridge's building in Birmingham. This must be my sixth or seventh post of this place in the past year or so, so appologies if it's getting boring!
This is the walkway from the car park right into the second floor of the store. It is approximately fifty feet above ground level and looks pretty scary to walk across.
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sandpiper (5995) 2013-01-18 1:20
An interesting POV that makes it look quite spectacular. Great composition.
dkmurphys (36709) 2013-01-18 2:22
Great POV. I like this a lot! Spectacular modern architecture, well taken!
timecapturer (30190) 2013-01-18 3:29
love this! Your POV and the mixture of shapes and colours is stunning. Superbly sharp and I love the reflected bubbles in the windows - it is like the building is one big Aero bar! Yummy!
Enjoy a great weekend - Brian.
carlo62 (12434) 2013-01-18 4:55
un'architettura che ha ispirato molti dei tuoi scatti ed i motivi dell'interesse sono evidenti.
Ogni piccola variazione al pov crea un'immagine piacevole ed interessante.
JFS (32027) 2013-01-18 8:42
FANTASTICA! THE KIND OF PICS I LIKE! LOTS OF NICE DETAILS, GOOD WORK MY FRIEND!
hAVE A GOODwe!
SnapRJW (18642) 2013-01-18 8:43
Hello Mike - This is a great POV and a strong composition. The sweeping walkway leads my eyes straight to the 'Bullring' sign and, more interestingly, the super reflections in the windows. Neat work packed with detail. I like it. Have a great w/e Rosemary
Noel_Byrne (7209) 2013-01-18 12:05
I visited the bullring once many years ago, and as I drove past, I did admire is unique design. I never got a chance to shoot it though. Shame, ths is a really fascinating shot of the place, with lots of cool elements, the depth offered by the reflections, the design of the building with its aero bubbles and of course. The bridge which does indeed look quite scary. Really nicely seen and unusual shot.
ourania (12249) 2013-01-18 14:34
great to see you again! This is a fantastic image from a very original and creative point of view. I like very much the play of perspectives, shapes and colours and the sense of fluid and dynamic motion you have produced. The contrasts are superb and the stormy sky plays a great role in the creation of a special atmosphere and maybe even a story in this rich architectural shot. Excellent work, congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a lovely weekend,
karacabeylis (1259) 2013-01-18 14:57
here a great angle was arranged and it has given a strong attraction.
jhm (122314) 2013-01-19 0:44
Never find one two the same pictures, also when the are made on the same place, this is the art of photography.
Excellent perspective picture with the curve of these modern architecture
Your picture is made with a great quality and perfectly composition.
Sharpness and clarity are excellent detailed.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice weekend,
npecanhuk (53829) 2013-01-19 4:13
Very interesting architectural details!
Very attractive picture!
Special regards to the vertical format, management of light, chosen pov and composition!
TFS - congrats,
Best regards and greetings from Brazil,
Kamilutka (3207) 2013-01-19 8:35
you took this photo from very interesting POV and the result is outstanding. I like the combination of all these lines. The reflection on one of the buildings create more interet. Colors are attractive and well balanced.
Thanks for sharing
Royaldevon (17713) 2013-01-19 13:01
Oh, wow, this is strong!
The lines, the curves, the shapes, the colours, they lead and interact with one another with the fluidity of a stream!
Have you been watching Selfridges on Sunday BBC?
My warm regards,
tyro (13009) 2013-01-19 15:00
Well, I think you really do like this place, don't you?
But there's no chance of our becoming bored with your pictures of it as each one is so very dirrerent from the last - and this is no exception.
Excellent novel and thoughtful composition, lovely colours, perfect light and exposure and excellent depth of field and sharpness.
- Copyright: Michael Wright (mjw364) (3612)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2012-07-30
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Nikon D7000, Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6 DC EX HSM
- Exposure: f/18.0, 1/25 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Birmingham Viewpoints [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2013-01-18 1:16