Urban landscapes: Telus everything


While attending a weekend conference in the capital city of this western Canadian province, I had time to get up early and brave the winter cold to check out the architectural possibilities. The all-glass structure at the base of these towers made for a perfect complement and contrast. I did a fair bit of manoeuvring to get the buildings positioned correctly with each other.
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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3 thoughts on “Urban landscapes: Telus everything

  1. Impressive shot, Frank! I was wondering if you also used some HDR postprocessing technique to touch-up the picture? The piece of the building in the centre of the photograph really stands out for some reason. I was thinking it could be the distinct edges. I like when photographers use angles and lines to create geometric patterns. I have actually put together a photoessay on geometry in photography, so feel free to have a look and draw some inspiration if you like!

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