It took a while figure ouy which way up it's suppose to be..
Anyways, though I'm not usually very much into arcitechtural photography, especially modern, I think this is very very nice. All those lines are so straight and well balanced that I can't believe it. And yet the one curve is the thing that makes the whole picture just perfect. Beautiful, it really is.
you were recommended by *freakoftheeast ........ he takes pictures which create a lot of interest through perspective as well..... i like your gallery [and so do a lot of of other people i suppose...] somehow feel like a nobody typing in here. take care and god bless you.
The architectural patterns collage acquired a subtle organic quality, within all it's angular rigidity and artificial material's texture smoothness , with the introduction of that one curve of a street light, reminiscent of a tulips budd, or an insects antenna.
Paired with it's reflection, it further propells the notion of no-orientation, in the sense of no conventional right or wrong sides, no up or left, no west or north....just mere hue, shape and spatial distribution.
Abstractized to the point of undecipherability, as one can not reconstruct the segments of the original buildings
Loving the lighting induced gradient , weighing the composition downward.
I love abstract urban photography. Outside of a really candid portrait, I think it is the best (and it is rare to run across a truly genuine portrait). It took me a minute to get my bearings and perspective on this, but I think that's what makes it wonderful. I love the green tones in this and the reflection makes the street light look like antenae. Well done.
i have to agree, this kindof conceptual abstract photography is my fav also but i need more practice/ideas. i love this shot, the whole feel is of differening textures and verying angles and shandes ont he same notion. the way the lines divide the page is very aesthetically pleasing. lovely photo