Photographer's Note

I hunted for blue hour shots everywhere in my last trip and with no results:(. It is a bit later than blue hour, but still some deep dark blue. I made also photos earlier, maybe I will post them later here or on FB. My goal of going to Birmingham, not popular place on TE, was to see "architecture', as Craig calls it. There are some striking buildings in Birmingham, like Selfridge's in Bull Ring, or The Cube. But I like libraries, so for me the most interesting was the new library, here a bit dark building in the middle. I do not know what are the other buildings.

The Library of Birmingham is a public library in Birmingham, England. It is situated on the west side of the city centre at Centenary Square, beside the Birmingham Rep (to which it connects, and with which it shares some facilities) and Baskerville House. Upon opening on 3 September 2013, it replaced Birmingham Central Library. The library, which is estimated to have cost £188.8 million,is viewed by the Birmingham City Council as a flagship project for the city's redevelopment. It has been described as the largest public library in the United Kingdom, the largest public cultural space in Europe, and the largest regional library in Europe.
I do not remember if I used tripod here, I had it.

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