Wednesday, 3 December 2008

Reflections on a (half) rainy day!...


Remember the Madrid Towers?... well their finishing them now... All towers (there are 4) are around 250m high and I would say their omnipresent in the city (It's possible to see them from all city around). Some days ago I went there to see them from another angle... and I got this reflection of one of them, designed by Norman Foster...

27 comments:

Tanya said...

Great reflection, love the tones!

Mariposa said...

ooh wow

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Very nice reflection. I LOVE the shades of sepia!

babooshka said...

Excellent reflection, especially those tones.

Olivier said...

superbe reflet, j'aime que tu ais pris le réverbère avec.

beautiful reflection. I like that in the photo is the lamppost

Ken Mac said...

loveit! Now that is thinking outside the box. Great color, great angles.

Cergie said...

Waow ! What a master piece !
(The picture, and the building. Rain is a good help for having beautiful alive pictures)
The building is huge, and though it is contained in a simple water puddle.
I have seen two works from Norman Foster, one in Berlin > the Reichtag (I walked in the dome) and the other one in Millault, France > the wonderful bridge, soOOOo long and high above the valley (we have drived under and on it).

nobu said...

Wonderful reflection!!

Pia K said...

Great capture! Love that beige, earthy feel to it and then the skyscraper, mmm...:)

rob said...

Great. I like the... muddy tint!

Babzy said...

nice reflection and colours :)

Dsole said...

Hi there Tr3nta!
I see you're doing a really nice work keeping updated yourt blog!
Your last shot are just amazing!
This reflection is great!
Saludos desde otro barrio! :)
Sabes que esta torre la veo prácticamente entera desde mi ventana? ^^

My Bug Life said...

What a nice way of looking at reflections!

Keropok Man said...

I thought it was an upside down photo, then I realise it's a reflection ;-)

Nice photo!

the donG said...

this is what's great about photography. you are really good at it. you were rewarded with good weather, a small body of water and a beautiful building.

Virginia said...

whoooo eeeeee. take a bow on this one. Outstanding!
V

humanobserver said...

What a reflection ! Simply incredible....

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amazing reflections!
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JM said...

Wow! Awesome reflection! The tones are just beautiful.

Marie-Noyale said...

Interesting composition...
You got the best of a rainy day!!

Share my point of view... said...

I always wondered how you were able to capture such amazing reflections.

Blognote said...

Molto...molto bella!!

Tash said...

Your world has turned upside down! I thought I stopped by Australia :D
gorgeous photo. such a clear reflection

bobbie said...

A wonderful perspective!

Dusty Lens said...

Perfect reflection. This is when we can jump ofe a tower! ;)

nituscorner said...

awesome capture. was captivated.

Dungha said...

excellent!