DSC_2507NIKON D40X (18mm, f/5.6, 1/125 sec, ISO100)
Walking in Turin, I passed by chance under the tallest (as for today) private building of the town. Of course it’s small if compared with other skyscrapers (this has 19 floors and is 109 m. high, built in 1931), anyway it stretch skywards if compared with the surrounding blocks. It’s tall enough to play with geometry lines when an image is shooted close and below.

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6 Responses to Skyscraper?

  1. Thomas says:

    Unique perspective. The angle of the shot makes this building look taller than it actually is. Breathtaking.

  2. gavin hart says:

    Yes, the geometry does accentuate the height of the building – it’s quite visually impressive. I do like the texture of the masonry, the gray tones and the older style of the architecture.

  3. The perspective is superb, love the geometric lines and patterns in this capture. Excellent details, stunning processing and a captivating image.

  4. Robert Kruh says:

    Beautiful perspective and amazing contrast! Congrats!

  5. lynda says:

    Beautiful B&W – wish you posted more.

  6. Freda Mans says:

    Lovely perspective!

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