Reflective Rounding

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    Office building in Westchase District of Houston

    AnEyeForTexas, joelene06, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. gseloff 57 months ago | reply

      Great combination of glass and sky--the line of demarcation is perfect!

    2. Shoot Houston 57 months ago | reply

      I took a shot like this a few years ago - the rent-a-guard there tried to run me off. So I ate at the Waffle House there and grabbed a few more shots before I left.

    3. heatherpix 57 months ago | reply

      the deep colours accentuate the form
      great stuff

    4. AnEyeForTexas 57 months ago | reply

      There are so many good things to say about this picture. The superb composition, the unique palette, they dynamic range, and the simplicity. Excellent job!

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      Seen in the group"Top 20 Texas (add 1, delete 1)" (?)

    5. DaveWilsonPhotography 57 months ago | reply

      What an interesting building. You've captured it wonderfully too. I would be tempted to create another version of this and remove the bottom 2/3 to give an abstract " panorama" containing only the top of the building and the sky.

    6. Tom Haymes 57 months ago | reply

      Yes. I thought of that but I would have had to take out quite a bit to get rid of the tree entirely and that throws the picture off balance. I thought about cutting down the tree but I suspect the security guard who was staring me down might have objected to that. :-)

      Thanks for the nice comment.

      Tom

    7. DaveWilsonPhotography 57 months ago | reply

      Tom - I also thought of the chainsaw approach but didn't want to mention it publicly for fear of later prosecution :-) It's a great shot, even with the tree.

    8. kinjotx 57 months ago | reply

      cool shot!

    9. jamesconradshea 57 months ago | reply

      Very well done!

    10. J.L.Cruz 57 months ago | reply


      Congratulations! Your photo has made it to the end in Top 20 Texas. You are now invited to post your photo in our permanent showcase group, Best of Texas.

    11. Surrealplaces 55 months ago | reply

      What an amazing shot!

      Thanks for posting on Glass Towers of the world!

      gt

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