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'The Appliance Of Science' (Glasgow Science Centre, Glasgow, Scotland)

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After sneaking out of the office early one afternoon I decided to head down to Glasgow's Clydeside to check it out.

The Clydeside has been in the midst of a regeneration project in recent times and a lot of cool architecture has been added - including the most excellent Glasgow Science Centre and IMAX movie theatre.

I thought this was a cool angle to shoot from as the lines of the Science Centre building (left) and the water feature guide the eye in nicely to the other end of the photo where the IMAX theatre looks all kinds of futuristic and awesome with the clouds looming menacingly in the background. I never really thought all that at the time as i was trying to ignore a horde of snot-nosed primary school brats battering the windows and shouting a torrent of obscenities at me while i set up the tripod!

I don't brag often especially, about my mediocre photography but I REALLY love this photograph - to top this I have a big job on my hands!

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  1. WindwalkerNld 57 months ago | reply

    Wow, you actually made those buildings look good! Good job!

  2. Omalorig [deleted] 57 months ago | reply

    wow great composition and great hdr processing, well done my friend!

  3. Majtek862 57 months ago | reply

    I saw this wonderful picture in:

    "HDR work (P3 - C3)

  4. tristand123 [deleted] 57 months ago | reply

    Nice work, the composition is great and the HDR processing works really well too. I particularly like the reflections in the glass.

  5. R. Isherwood [deleted] 57 months ago | reply

    Great perspective. Love the processing. It looks quite sci-fi!

  6. Anto57 - 54 months ago | reply

    Spettacolare HDR. Potresti aggiungerla al nostro nuovo gruppo HDR!:
    Great HDR. Please add to new group HDR!:

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