My 100th photo from United Kingdom.
Time to move to another country, so the last one for a moment.
this is close up of the lace covering the walls of the new library in Birmingham. You can see the photographer standing on the lower terrace. The views from there are interesting, I showed them in previous post. You can see interesting circular vertigo view of interior and the view of the building in daylight in WS.
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snunney (107523) 2014-01-07 2:15
A great close-up on this most unusual architecture. The man provides a reference point and animates the composition. Ideal lighting to capture all the intricate detail. A new reason to revisit Birmingham sometime in the future.
Subhogen (4067) 2014-01-07 2:21
Seeing this photo I remember the chapter on Sets and Venn diagram I studied in school :-)
Fantastic minimalist composition playing with shapes and shadows. The bright colors in the BG help a lot to bring out the effect. You can safely place a bet with any of the members to successfully count the circles in this photo!!
lousat (98389) 2014-01-07 3:58
Hi Malgo,nothing better to celebrate your 100th english post,a spectacular catch-eye where the details,so important in a composition like this,are truly perfect! Great idea for a very original post,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
holmertz (59812) 2014-01-07 4:24
Very nice patterns and colours. A clearly interesting kind of architecture. I didn't notice the man until you pointed him out, but now that I know he is there he has become the most important detail of the composition. As you well know I like the combination of humans and environment, and this is a fine example of that.
timecapturer (49288) 2014-01-07 4:41
a beautifully expressive and artistic image this. I did actually think from the last shot you posted how much this looked like lace. You have captured it so beautifully. Wonderful imagery!
jhm (161079) 2014-01-07 5:33
Congratulations for your 100th picture from United Kingdom.
I looked with a lot attention toward your workshop picture with the completely walls, this is the most beautiful for me of the three picture.
A lovely perspective and depth image.
Sharpness and clarity are perfect.
Very well done, TFS.
Sergiom (89387) 2014-01-07 5:39
Un très beau cadrage serré sur les détails architecturaux de cette très belle bibliothèque. J'aime les couleurs et le jeu des ombres. On dirait de la dentelle.
SnapRJW (31629) 2014-01-07 6:10
I was studying the lovely patterns provided by the interlocking circles Malgo when my eye suddenly fell on the figure of a man! What a surprise! A clever composition. Warm regards rosemary
John_F_Kennedy (43763) 2014-01-07 6:32
Nice colours for this shot and lovely ornaments. Very good point of view and excellent clarity.
dkmurphys (65222) 2014-01-07 7:02
Spectacular detail! The shapes are creating a charming shadow show!
Have a fine evening.
rychem (43462) 2014-01-07 9:14
Jestem pod wrażeniem tej koronki, daje fantastyczną teksturę, a i kolory też robią swoje, bardzo udane zdjęcie
Romano46 (18472) 2014-01-07 12:56
una bella ed originale ripresa che vorrei aver fatto io.
Ottima la nitidezza e straordinario il gioco delle luci e dei colori che disegnano un soggetto assai interessante.
Di giornmo in giorno diventi sempre più brava.
carlo62 (55852) 2014-01-07 15:06
un bel merletto, il fotografo è quasi invisibile tra tutti questi ricami.
Ancora un ottimo lavoro, le foto dagli U.K. non sono 100, ma molte di più se consideriamo i ws.
Complimenti, adesso devi portare a 200 quelle dell'Italia ;)
Un caro saluto
jjcordier (79297) 2014-01-07 22:23
Ces cercles ont un effet un peu hypnotisant! Bon cadrage donnant une image très graphique de ce lieu. Le photographe "perturbe" de bonne façon tout cet ordonnancement.
macjake (73063) 2014-01-07 22:28
great shot!! I didnt even notice the man standing their until i read the note.
it really gives an effective sense of scale.
the light is so fantastic, the colors pop because of it. Really enjoy this unique look!
Noel_Byrne (33732) 2014-01-08 5:12
Without your note, I would note have spotted the photographer, such is the design of the building that my eye is just drawn into and all over the intricate design. It reminds me a lot of the Olympic rings! I love the change in color as we ascend the image too. Once again, thanks for sharing your shots of this (to me) unknown structure.
All the best