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...I deliberately left all the wide angle distortion here as there's not many straight verticals anyway. This is how I saw the building with the camera pointing UP. It's done for effect and the building is all about effect and visual impact.
A great use of reflection and the jagged silhouette is also great in this composition
Superb shot, great comp and the reflection of the old ship in the new building works brilliantly.
Reflective ship encompased in a wave of building Dougie, excellent.
This place was built for wide angle distortion, nature intended it!
You do the best comment on your image from the start and leave us with no words to do a better comment.
A beautiful, eyecatching building - the glass front with the magical reflection adds to the all over impression.
Another great image of this architectural jewel.
belting reflections dougie wonderful detail and light a cracker nice one
Good us of the wide angle and windows to give the good reflections too, Dougie.
Impressive structure Doug,well recorded.
Johanna has hit the nail on the head, Dougie: your own remarks summarise the situation so well. The dark glass frontage panels act as an excellent reflective surface and show off the Glenlee's masts so effectively.
This is a good one. A naturally dynamic frame for those masts.
You spoiled it for me about to tell you about converging verticals..I thought I would be so clever and Knowledgeable. I just love how you have filled that front panel with reflections.
Fantastic image, I love the reflection!!!
It certainly has impact, Dougie! Perhaps appropriately for an image containing a tall ship, the roof-line of the building resembles an oscilloscope reading - of a sea shanty!
Quote: It certainly has impact, Dougie! Perhaps appropriately for an image containing a tall ship, the roof-line of the building resembles an oscilloscope reading - of a sea shanty!
Great comment Bill, don't get many of them to the pound my friend.
I's supposed to represent a wave so your comment is by no means off tune.
Sectacular reflections and building! IB
WOW this is a shot and a half
Great shot !!!....with the reflected tall-ship the whole thing looks to me like a facade, but without a 'building' behind it ???.....optical illusion, or should
I take more water with it ????????
I'm sure that was the thought of the architect Keith, if you google "Riverside Museum" you'll see the plan from the air.
A very impressive building, and looks lovely against that blue sky. Lovely reflections of the masts as well. Moira
Striking effect it is too! Great use of the w/a.
good use of the building glass to capture the Glenlee ita great place to wander round nice capture
Love this ! Gill
I see what you did there. I corrected the verticals in mine but I can see where you're coming from; it gives the building more drama in the late morning light.
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