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Friday, April 2, 2010

Building reflections

Here's another guest shot from Nick.  I wasn't really sure what this building was, but google maps reveals it's Temple University School of Medicine.  If you look to the right of the circular tower, you can see it's reflection in the other part of the building. This is my submission for Weekend reflections #28




Canon EF 50mm f1.4 USM lens
Exposure 1/50 sec @ f1.4
ISO 100
Curves adjusted for contrast

13 comments:

Earnest said...

That's a great view of this building at night... reminds me of working late at night downtown...

cieldequimper said...

Oh I love buildings like these. None in Versailles... :-(!

Sistertex said...

Always like night shots, this structure is of a wonderful design! Very nice!

Dagrun said...

What a great angle and texture! (And I would very much like that lense;)

Carolyn Ford said...

Night reflections are never disappointing! These are great buildings lending fabulous light and reflection.

Johnny Nutcase said...

this one's pretty cool, kinda throws the depth perception and scale off. Neat textures!

James said...

I like the curve on that building.

I hope there was a UV filter on the lens when this picture was taken. Because I get that strange green light in some of my 50mm night photos and that's what I chalked it up to.

Rebecca said...

Very cool architecture creating a cool reflection too!

awarewriter said...

Nice shot Wayne. I never set foot on the Temple campus but used to look north from my office window on the 21st floor at TJU and try to pick out the Temple buildings.

Marka said...

I like it!

Rajesh said...

Very nice capture. I could spot it.

Clytie said...

Thank you for your comments on my Tag/Tag Backs. I looked at your tag, and I will be thinking ... the possibilities are endless!!!

I love your Reflections post too. That is one amazing building.

Spiderdama said...

Great view and reflection!