It was a rainy Melbourne day and I escaped inside this shopping mall to avoid getting too wet. I liked the look of this pair of escalators and was lucky that there was an advertising bollard just in front of them to allow for a resting spot for a long exposure shot.
church, wide angle, symmetry, religion, reims, france, cathedrale,champagne, vertigo, guillaumerio, vertigooo, architecture
El conocido como convento de San Pablo del siglo XV, hoy es el Parador de Turismo de Cuenca (España). Su claustro es acristalado y con vistas a las casas colgadas.
Continue “Temple of Reflections” series, this time One Canada Square and inside of train/subway station in London, UK.
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon EF 11-24 F/4L USM II. Focal Length 11, F/11, ISO 200.
The Wooden staircase at Art Gallery of Ontario,Toronto,Canada.
A restaurant on the Navigli in Milan.
A hand-held shot of the beautiful interior of Buffalo NY’s Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church, which was constructed in 1851 in a Gothic Revival style, showing the timber hammerbeam roof.
The shot blends two exposures, one at 1/45th sec. & ƒ4.0, the other at 1/90 at ƒ5.6.
In Spanish a spiral staircase is a “snail” staircase.
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