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Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Glasgow Uni

Nikon D70 @ 18mm, 1/50 sec, f/10, ISO 200
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I graduated from Glasgow with my law degree last summer so this is a pretty special place to me. I always love photographing the old buildings, but the lighting has never been very good to me. I had some time to kill today and had been wandering around this area, probably for about an hour. The sun had been hiding so the pictures weren't looking great. Then it decided to make an appearance, and bang, I got this one. Hope you like it.


Anonymous luminouslens said...

That is impressive! The lighting is perfect, and I like the "low perspective" you have here, down the hill from this amazing building. Great photo.

4:19 am, March 03, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Miles (mute)

Yeah, impressive lighting and composition. I love that tree, but I'm a tree freak :)

3:09 pm, March 03, 2005  
Anonymous Zishaan said...

Absolutely! Its an awesome photograph. Such great colors, it looks like a postcard!

4:14 pm, March 03, 2005  
Anonymous Jessyel Ty Gonzalez said...

I like the composition between the tallest tower and the tree. It's almost as if they become one; a blend of architecture and nature. Plus, the green contrast of the grass against the building and the blue from the sky are very appealing. Very nice job!

10:08 pm, March 03, 2005  
Blogger Simon said...

Great colours and sky.

7:15 am, March 04, 2005  
Anonymous Duke said...

There is actually a very interesting tree on the other side of the road, on your right. That tree is growing into a fence, very organic, very interesting!

5:52 am, March 05, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

endless number of these wonderful finds, what with the Internet being a vast network of constantly evolving ideas and all!

2:31 am, November 05, 2005  

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