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Titanium by nocturnalangel Titanium by nocturnalangel
One of the photos in my series taken during my Europe trip 2004 July. This is the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. The whole building is covered with titanium plates, how impressive.

The series is now for sale at Zazzle.com [link]
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doodie Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2004
angle makes it very complex yet not too much for the eye :)
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BrokeNFaitHExE Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2004
thats cool, it looks like.. the buildings are falling ;P
keep great job up :)
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techstudio Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2004   Interface Designer
Wow :o Awesome shot!!!
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monkeybug Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2004
I love the feeling of this piece. The builidings are looming, but the colors keep it from being menacing or foreboding. Love it, love it.
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polarix Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2004
This is, of course, a beautiful building.

I like the use of sky in the piece, with the gentle edges of clouds, and light blue, brightness spilling over onto the shining face of metal, all giving a sort of contrast to the metal with the red reflection.

And the short edge of red canvas in the frame is initally annoying, yes. I was almost going to suggest you eliminate it. But it holds the sky in, really keeping it in place as a refuge for the eye, a relaxation from the tense and sharp (yet flowing) metallic structure.

The varied use of different parts of the building gives this shot a character and variance I don't see often in pictures of this building. Good job, you have a wonderful eye.
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nocturnalangel Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2004   Photographer
:) Thanks~ I want to remove that red area too but it is the flag next to it and so yeah...can't really do that. Maybe in Photoshop :)
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