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A photo I took in 2019 from three Gehry Buildings all together on one site. I think what Gehry did was very well thought out: 3 contrasting buildings, using different materials - the light concrete building vs the dark brick building and in the middle a highly reflective almost amorphous building with metal cladding. All brought together by the white fence. I suspect Gehry had his hand in the choice of that fence too.
Photo processed with the Artisan Pro X panel. More info on my panel on my website.
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Tags:   Gehry Buildings Dusseldorf B&W Artisan Pro X Architectural photography Frank Gehry Black and White Fine art architecture Joel Tjintjelaar TS lens Architecture Long exposure photography

N 662 B 15.3K C 27 E Nov 8, 2020 F Mar 1, 2021
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Tags:   Japan Japon LE ND Long Exposure f/10.0 35mm 164s iso50

N 152 B 881 C 19 E Feb 3, 2021 F Mar 1, 2021
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Same tree as previous image but a different POV and Lens this was taken from closer and lower and with my 24 mm. Amazing what effect changing a lens can have.. If you have the time tell me which you prefer and why.
Ricky

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A fir gives an adjoining conifer a big of a hug! The ferns are starting to die down a bit now and are loosing the reddish sheen that was there at the start of the year. Looking forward to when they are lush green! Taken Hillock Woods, Buckinghamshire.

Tags:   Hillock Wood Princes Risborough Buckinghamshire United Kingdom Trees Woodland Wood Conifers Ferns Mist Misty Nature Outdoors Olympus OM-D Andy Hough Andy Hough Photography

N 58 B 613 C 5 E Sep 20, 2014 F Mar 1, 2021
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