ktanska (26359) 2015-11-23 23:57
Good combination of art and science. That makes me wonder what kind of process is needed to make such curves from steel. That crane beam looks like it is a part of that pavillion.
ktanska (26359) 2015-11-23 23:49
Clyde looks so small on that place. And absolutely beautiful. I've only seen what it looks like in Glasgow. Saturated reddish brown leaves framing the view on all sides are wonderful.
ktanska (26359) 2015-11-23 4:56
Carefully framed shot from this square, all those windows are in line and fit well within the frame. Quite nice statue. Bright sunshine shows details well even on such a dark surface. I like the way how that pool seems to be on the same level as the pavement.
ktanska (26359) 2015-11-21 1:14
Relic from the cold war. Design of that thing is truely special, and no doubt ahead of it's time back in 1955. Eight engines is so strange. I wonder why they have never modernised that design. Interesting to compare front landing gear that seems to have bigger wheel diameter than engines.
ktanska (26359) 2015-11-21 1:02
Fun action shot. I like your head on angle. I don't blame them taking selfies, for making digital memories and showing them for friends. But it would be interesting to compare this joyful attitude to something where zombies showed really mindless dumb faces.
ktanska (26359) 2015-11-21 0:56
It is a very special place, hot springs making all those terraces. And you show it on nice sunshine. I didn't know there's such "beach style" relaxation. You show all those people well on different postures and distances.
ktanska (26359) 2015-11-20 2:52
That is a surprising couple! I could expect them as a part of parade, but on this view there isn't one visible. Second WS shows more special costumes, so there was something interesting happening. I like the architecture there, especially varying window frames. Short skirt catches my attention too.