Photographer's Note

This is the Jewish Contemporary Museum, a must see if you have any interest in fascinating architecture.

Not your typical building, its almost diamond shaped, and its outer shell is composed of over 3000 Blue Steel panels, all individually installed. And depending on the light during the day, the severity of the sun will turn these panels into varying shades of color.

In the top left portion, you can see its a royal blue, the middle area is mostly black, and there hints of green/aqua along the bottom.

Placed among these panels are small windows. You can see 4 windows in this abstract composition, and i was lucky enough to capture a bright white building across the street in a reflection. I wasn't even aware of that until i viewed the photo the next day :)

An amazing piece of man-made architecture.
Thanks for looking

As requested by Sevy, i've just included a WS photo. Its a little bit wider of an angle, but its the only other photo i have of it.
Thanks again

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Additional Photos by craig macintosh (macjake) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 7048 W: 88 N: 17077] (78149)
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