Urban landscapes: a poke at the sky
SCULPTURE, VANCOUVER CONVENTION CENTRE
I don’t know what this sculpture is called, but every time I visited this breathtaking convention centre on Canada’s west coast, I’ve been trying to figure out how to photograph it. Finally gave it a serious shot earlier this year and came up with this result, photographed in early morning light.
I would have liked to include the entire sculpture, but there was a railing and water right behind me and I couldn’t go any wider-angle with my lens. But I still really like this result. Do you agree? Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.
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