Through the window.

By franken
Taken through one of the windows of the pierhead building at Cardiff Bay.
The window glass looks to be really old.

At the top left can be seen a slightly distorted Norwegian church. To the right of the church is the beginning of the barrage. When under construction, it was the largest engineering project in Europe.The bay is now a massive fresh water lake. Air is pumped into the water via a networks of underwater pipes.
You can walk or cycle from this side and across the barrage to lower Penarth.

Tags: Cardiff bay Landscape and travel Pierhead building cardiff bay

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21 Jan 2019 7:22AM
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mrswoolybill Plus
12 1.5k 2060 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2019 7:46AM
Moving through the triptych. B&W all the way, it's so clean and clear.
Jasper87 Plus
9 2.1k 156 England
21 Jan 2019 7:48AM

Quote:Moving through the triptych. B&W all the way, it's so clean and clear.

Most definitely...
woolybill1 Plus
12 24 74 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2019 8:06AM
A good triptych, Ken. B&W offers better definition in the foreground and lessens the impact of the imperfect glazing Smile
bliba Plus
13 2 Austria
21 Jan 2019 8:18AM
super bnw treatment
cats_123 Plus
15 4.9k 28 Northern Ireland
21 Jan 2019 8:25AM
Both have their virtues 😁
21 Jan 2019 8:53AM
Beautiful framing Ken , both for me !Smile
21 Jan 2019 9:25AM
will stick with the lead version, please, and echoing others: love the triptych format
Mollycat Plus
5 12 2 United Kingdom
21 Jan 2019 1:28PM
Beautifully worked shot Ken, and your lead for me.
Superb like the mono
21 Jan 2019 4:16PM
An interesting composition, I prefer the colour version in this case.
saltireblue Plus
9 9.5k 35 Norway
21 Jan 2019 6:28PM
Definitely b&w. A clever triptych!

21 Jan 2019 8:45PM
Great shot SmileSmile

Chinga Plus
8 3 1 United Kingdom
25 Jan 2019 4:37PM
Good imagery, very good in mono.
Isabel GrinGrin
Terrific piece of photography Ken love the idea of using the window frame!

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