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reaching for the sky

By kaym
Building in Canary Wharf. Really like this aspect of it. What do you think? Honest opinions only please!

Tags: Architecture

Voters: femke semeijn, Gary_Williams, lobsterboy and 3 more

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lobsterboy Plus
14 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2004 8:37AM
Nice shot - If you scroll it up so that the top sky is missing it suddenly changes into being a road stretching into the distance! Maybe I just drank too much last night.

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26 Feb 2004 10:00AM
Kay, I really like it, but if you look at my portfolio you may see why Smile)

Good shot, well captured.
jan 1 Plus
13 12 Netherlands
26 Feb 2004 10:01AM
Well Done. good composition.
Did you count the amount of levels?
26 Feb 2004 6:46PM
Yeah, great shot. I would have left out some of the sky on top... but this way, it is very good too.
ronr Plus
14 3 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2004 10:34PM
I like this shot a lot, however I am biased because I am responsible for the lifts in this building. To save you counting the levels I can tell you that the top floor is the 50th and it takes just 38 seconds for the lift to get you there from the main lobby, the high rise lifts travel at 6 metres per second. Sorry if I have bored you about lifts. Small world eh.
kaym Plus
14 21
27 Feb 2004 6:31PM
Thanks to you all.

Gary, I took a photo almsot identical to yours. But from my 2 I prefered this one. I prefer yours to mine. But great minds & all that!

Ron - very small world & thanks for the info!

Femke - personally I like the photo with the sky in. It's a pretty sky & I think the colourings all work well. But we all have our opinions! I love your Singapre photo Smile

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