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    Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint

    And one last photo of the towers that occupied me just after dawn today. This time, a different viewpoint of the Torre Espacio, this time behind some beautiful stainless steel rods that project at various angles in the promenade outside the towers.

    Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint
    Details of the photo: 1/80s at f/11, focal length 22mm, ISO 200.

    Comments would be welcome - thanks in advance.

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    Re: Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint

    nice capture, has a surreal feel to it almost as if it were tone mapped.

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    Re: Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint

    Really like this . . . . and your other images of these towers . . . . have you thought of capturing these at night . . . that could be really dramatic . . . .

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    Nice
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    mushrooms kickign in

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    I just saw this. Very nice looking structure. Hopefully as George suggest you will do some night shots.

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    Very cool, I think I would enjoy this one in B&W as well. Although it is certainly pleasing in color.

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    Re: Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint

    Thanks Bobo and Paul for commenting. And to George and Graham, to whom I didn't reply (sorry about that).

    #1 Here's a B&W version of the same photo.
    Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint

    #2 And here's another of the same building, and the Torre Cristal (Glass Tower) next to it.
    Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint

    #3 Here's another (last one - wouldn't want to bore you).
    Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint

    I've taken hundreds of photos of the four towers over the last year, and entered three of them in a competition on Madrid's modern architecture last week. (I'm hopeful but not expectant; in fact, I'm looking forward to seeing those of the winner and finalists.)

    Tony

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    Re: Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint

    All of them are very creative and well executed. Thanks for sharing them!

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    Re: Torre Espacio - a different viewpoint

    Lovely images - all of them!

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    Tony,
    all of them a great. My fingers are crossed for you, there is no reason that you should not win.
    Well done.
    John

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