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New Building

Posted by
Sam (Chennai, India) on 27 July 2011 in Architecture and Portfolio.

A new office building in T. Nagar, Chennai

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Luke from Spokane Washington, United States

Nice job fitting those tree branches in the frame. I like the overall style of this building!

27 Jul 2011 5:16am

@Luke: Thank you very much, Luke! :)

Shaahin Bahremand from Tehran, Iran

wow ! the reflex of the picture is very nice and beautiful shot

27 Jul 2011 5:38am

@Shaahin Bahremand: Thank you very much, Shaahin. :)

Phil David Morris 2011 from Saskatoon, Toronto, Canada

Gorgeous, the building knows how to color the sky, wonderful and beautiful building,
love the leaves for framing.

27 Jul 2011 6:14am

@Phil David Morris 2011: Thank you very much, Phil. :)

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

I often feel the use of reflecting facades is a bit of an opt-out for architects. But, if there are enough of such designs around, they can create something intriguing by and between themselves !

27 Jul 2011 8:23am

@Ronnie 2¢: Yes. I agree. Thank you very much, Ronnie. :)

Chantal from Terheijden, Netherlands

I also like this kind of building, as well as the cultural ones you posted before

27 Jul 2011 8:33am

@Chantal: Thank you very much, Chantal :)

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

Superb shooting angle, the reflections are splendid. Good day Sam.

27 Jul 2011 9:15am

@Tede: Thank you very much, Tede. Good day. :)

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

A new building for the new India

27 Jul 2011 10:07am

@CElliottUK: Thank you very much, Chris! :)

peter.K from blue mountains, Australia

i am bit of a fan of these 'mirror buildings', lots of great reflections, very nice...

27 Jul 2011 11:11am

@peter.K: Thank you very much, Peter. :)

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Yes - I recognise this reflective glass style from my own city! Great angle, Sam - and these blues and whites make a gorgeous image.

27 Jul 2011 12:22pm

@Stephen: Thank you very much, Stephen. :)

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Beautiful reflections in this very modern building! Nicely captured Sam! ;-)

27 Jul 2011 1:17pm

@Eric Cousineau: Thank you very much, Eric! :)

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Interesting how the architecture is in such contrast to the traditional buildings.

27 Jul 2011 2:24pm

@Julie Brown: Thank you very much, Julie. :)

Mamyni from Argenteau-Visé, Belgium

Nice reflections.
A great shot!

27 Jul 2011 3:05pm

@Mamyni: Thank you very much, Mamyni :)

Don from Spokane, United States

Spectacular angle and capture of this building's beautiful reflection.

27 Jul 2011 3:16pm

@Don: Thank you very much, Don. :)

Mhelene from Paris, France

Superb perspectiv in blue with beautiful reflections !

27 Jul 2011 3:35pm

@Mhelene: Thank you very much, Mhelene. :)

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

A good simple shape and simple colour, it still stands out well.

27 Jul 2011 6:46pm

@Curly: Thank you very much, Curly. :)

DowsherVision from PARIS, France

Nice architecture shot, well done !

27 Jul 2011 8:51pm

@DowsherVision: Thank you very much, Dowsher ! :)

Bettina from Los Angeles, United States

Excellent composition! I love the reflection you caught in this!

28 Jul 2011 2:51am

@Bettina: Thank you very much, Bettina. :)

Wild Mustang Photography from Carlisle, Massachusetts, United States

Beautiful POV and perspective on this structure! lovely color and clarity, Sam!

28 Jul 2011 3:09am

@Wild Mustang Photography: Thank you very much, Pam! :)

Stefanie from Paris, France

Great shot with the reflection!

28 Jul 2011 7:13am

@Stefanie: Thank you very much, Stefanie! :)

Anne from 新加坡, Singapore

Good angle and framing with beautiful blu..and awesome it!!
Excellent POV..great shot, Sam!

28 Jul 2011 5:41pm

@Anne: Glad you like it. Thank you very much, Anne. :)