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Architectural Assortment

Robert B 2

Standard Member
Right, I've had an absolutely horrid time trying to decide which picture to enter. I took a load at the weekend (I usually photograph buildings anyway), and have at least 20 that I really like. So after much deliberation I've gone with one that I find agreeable and fully complies with the theme.

I like the way the urban form seems to hang between sky and water, and there's plenty to look at, a true assortment of arhcitectural styles. I will probably regret not entering one of my others though. I'm taking the plunge.. Here goes....


Looks like Photobucket has taken some of the sharpness and shine off it (as per usual) Does anyone know a better and free alternative?

Camera model: Canon EOS 350D DIGITAL
Focal length: 53.0mm
CCD width: 5.14mm
Exposure time: 0.0016 s (1/640)
Aperture: f/5.6
ISO equiv.: 100

Robert B 2

Standard Member
Thank you Nevtra.

It is looking towards the Pier Head in Liverpool. Only a 25min. train journey from you!


Active Member
It's a pity you weren't closer to the 3 Graces, maybe actually on the Pier Head and you would have had an even more striking architectural composition. Even a trip on the ferry over to The Wirral could have gotten all 3 in one shot. A nice shot though, and reminds me of my old home.

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