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Daniel Libeskind

Posted by
Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 1 February 2008 in Architecture and Portfolio.

OOOPs!....I've been away from a computer all day until now (8pm) ....I got my postings messed up last night and put what should have been today's pic onto tomorrows date so this is a last second cover up when I realised.

Daniel Libeskind is the Architect of this building which is The Imperial War Museum in Manchester.

NIKON D40 1/500 second F/4.0 ISO 200 15 mm (35mm equiv.)

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danthro from Suburbia, United States

cool. the colors look like the sun just came out after the rain.

2 Feb 2008 12:35am

@danthro: Thanks Danthro....you've almost got it right except it was the other way around :-) It had been nice but was about to change to rain. It was so windy in fact that I couldn't stand still without being buffeted by the wind hence the very high shutter speed for safety.

Michael Rawluk from Prince George, Canada

That is a building with some character. It looks great with that sky.

2 Feb 2008 1:46am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

I'm pretty sure he'd be thrilled by your photography...wow, the sharpness of the angles and the overall stiking simplicity is a work of art...also like the moody sky :)

2 Feb 2008 10:27am

tom from Germany

Excellent composition. The diagonal line adds a good sense of depth into this shot. Well done!

3 Feb 2008 6:14pm

amy from Rocky Mountain House, Canada

Perfect pov... that sky is just brilliant with the lines of that building.

4 Feb 2008 10:25pm

NIKON D40
1/500 second
F/4.0
ISO 200
15 mm (35mm equiv.)