This is one of the famous museums in Glasgow. The museum is locted near Kelvin reven adjacent to Kenvingroove Botanic garden. Summer would be the best option to visit the place. It's hard to find sun during the winter although i managed to get some sun shine for this picture.
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Miha2ou7 (5162) 2008-01-31 2:45
Nice composition and colors. The lighting is also good. Anyway a nice photo, but I`d crop just a little bit on the left side.
Anju (128) 2008-01-31 3:01
Hi Joshy, this is a very surreal shot! I like the softness of the colours - as it adds to a more defined contrast between the natural landscape and the building.
I agree that the left side may be cropped a bit and perhaps the sky by about a third too - so that the main subject gets more prominance.
nice pic :)
asajernigan (21427) 2008-01-31 3:32
The lighting is outstanding here yielding nice colors and shadows. I also agree that a little cropping on the left would be nice. The dark sky provides a nice backdrop for the shot creating nice contrast to the brightly lit building.
rminkow (1556) 2008-01-31 15:28
Hi Joshy..nice shot of this great building..I love the green color of the grass and the rich saturation of the building colors.
Silvio1953 (140700) 2008-02-03 6:25
Hi Joshy, lovely view of beutiful building, great perspective, good light and colors, very well done, have a nice Sunday, ciao Silvio
jwmunro (286) 2008-02-09 13:22
Hello Josey -
You have captured a fine image but utilizing the magical light of the late afternoon combined with the clearing skies. Is the building on a hill? It does look like the image slightly a skew. But, anyway this is a very good image.
Thank you for sharing.
Bruno40 (6658) 2008-02-23 17:59
I like here the contrast between the gray sky and the sunlighted building. It seems like the photo is tilted.
x-ray (104) 2008-03-10 2:14
Great pic good contrast between the building and brooding sky, the low angle sun really brings out the detail in the grass, if I had a slight critique it would be to crop slightly at the right hand side