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Sony ILCE-7M2 | Lensbaby Trio "Sweet"

 

I went to the Oregon coast a few days ago looking for color. There's something about the sea and shore that brings people's color sensibilities into a different palette than they might have in the city or rural areas. I've noted color schemes in quick marts that looked like they were putting condiments on hot dogs. The coast color palette takes it cue from salt-water taffy perhaps.

 

I like the pastel palettes. The corals, the aquas. The pinks. Turquoise. Lavender. The mint greens. Once you tune your eye to these colors they are everywhere on the coast.

 

In this photo I used a color rendering preset Fuji Superia Realia 100 inside DXO PhotoLab. It notches back the blue of the sky, which otherwise I find overpowering, however "real" it might be. It also preserves all the "coast colors" that I find so interesting.

The Gate of Europe towers (Spanish: Puerta de Europa), also known as KIO Towers (Torres KIO), are twin office buildings in Madrid, Spain. The towers have a height of 114 m (374 ft) and have 26 floors. They were constructed from 1989 to 1996. The Puerta de Europa is the second tallest twin towers in Spain after the Torres de Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

  

The Gate of Europe towers were designed by the American architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee, built by Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas and commissioned by the Kuwait Investment Office (hence their initial name "Torres KIO" or "KIO Towers"). Leslie E. Robertson Associates, RLLP New York (LERA) provided structural engineering services. Each building is 115 m tall with an inclination of 15°, making them the first inclined skyscrapers in the world. They are located near the Chamartín railway station, on the sides of the Plaza de Castilla bus station, north from the Paseo de la Castellana and near the Cuatro Torres Business Area (CTBA).

  

After the receivership of Grupo Torras, KIO had to sell the buildings, which are now owned by Bankia and Realia.

  

The west tower has a rooftop helicopter pad outlined in blue; the east tower has a red one.

KIO Tower near Plaza de Castilla, Madrid, Spain

 

RMC Tokina 24mm 1:2.8 (Minolta MD mount) @ f/5.6

through Quenox Focal Reducer Minolta SR - Fuji X-Mount

on Fujifilm X-E1

 

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Gran Vía Sur la ciudad comercial de Hospitalet con una gran cantidad de rascacielos.

 

El Hotel Porta Fira fue el ganador del Premio Emporis al Mejor Rascacielos de 2010. Tiene 113 metros de altura y 26 plantas.

Es obra del arquitecto japonés Toyo Ito.

 

CUADERNO DE APRENDIZAJE:

Se han realizado los ajustes básicos en Camera RAW y posteriormente se ha pasado la fotografía a Photoshop CC donde se le han realizado diversos ajustes.

 

Con Photoshop CC utilizando el Panel de Tony Kuyper se han aplicado máscaras de luminosidad de Niveles y Curvas sobre luces y sombras.

 

Utilizando la acción del maestro José María Mellado, experto en Photoshop, se ha aplicado un enfoque según textura.

 

Se ha utilizado un polarizador B+W para dar color al cielo y atenuar los reflejos en ventanas, hierba, agua y superficies no metálicas.

 

Con Nik Collection se ha aplicado el filtro Silver Efex Pro 2.

 

COPYRIGHT:

©️ Anselmo Torneiro Rodríguez.

 

CÁMARA Y OBJETIVO:

Canon 5D Mark IV.

Canon EF 24-70 mm f2.8 L II USM.

 

FILTRO:

Polarizador B+W XS-Pro Käsemann MRC nano.

 

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Esta es una foto que quería hacer desde hace mucho tiempo pero que nunca hacia.

Paso por aquí a diario pero nunca me decidía a hacerla y es que nunca se daban las condiciones que yo quería para hacerla. Unas veces el cielo estaba plano, sin nubes, otras veces el sol era tan fuerte que los brillos de los edificios me afeaban la foto. A veces cuando tenía un cielo que me gustaba, no me había llevado la cámara. Otras veces no tenía tiempo de pararme a tirar la foto.

Además de todo, me daba un poco de pereza ya que es la típica foto de Madrid que tiene todo el mundo. Es por todo esto que la foto se ha ido retrasando durante años hasta este día.

Espero que guste, por lo menos a mi sí, que al final es lo importante. ;-). Muestra muchos iconos de Madrid, taxis, Torres Kio, CTBA al fondo... lo dicho, la foto que todo turista que viene a Madrid no puede dejar de tener.

 

-- Gracias por vuestras visitas, favoritos y comentarios --

Window Wednesday

 

The Swan River School House, located at 31 Roe Avenue, East Patchogue, reflects an important part of Long Island's past. This original building dates from 1858 and is one of few such remaining intact. Owned by the Town of Brookhaven, it is managed by the Greater Patchogue Historical Society. The schoolhouse interests visitors young and old. Furnishings include the original desks and benches, pot belly stove, large iron bell (brought indoors after the hurricane of 1938), plus exhibits of realia pertinent to life in the area in olden days.

19.09.2019

 

Widok Cementowni Ożarów z galerii zlokalizowanych w bliskim sąsiedztwie Zakładu zasobników paliw alternatywnych. Gromadzone w zasobnikach paliwo o specjalnych parametrach gwarantujących spełnienie warunków technologicznych i norm w zakresie ochrony środowiska trafia wychodzącym na fotografii z dolnego lewego rogu taśmociągiem, który transportuje go do linii wypału klinkieru. Przemysł cementowy jest obecnie bardzo ważnym ogniwem w cyklu utylizacji odpadów. Od lewej najnowszy w Cementowni żelbetowy komin nr 3 obsługujący właśnie nadmienioną linię wypału klinkieru. Na prawo od komina obiekty rejonu "gorącego końca" pieca obrotowego i filtry odpylające gwarantujące maksymalną redukcję emisji pyłowej. Dalej na prawo imponująca swoimi rozmiarami wieża wymienników ciepła w towarzystwie między innymi wieży schładzającej gazów. Sporych rozmiarów silosy po prawej stronie fotografii to silosy homogenizacyjne mączki piecowej. W sumie znajdują się w Cementowni 4 takie silosy zgrupowane w dwóch bateriach - wiąże się to z pierwotnym układem linii wypału klinkieru, składającej się z dwóch pieców o wydajnościach po 3500 ton klinkieru na dobę. Dekadę temu w Cementowni ponownie miał powstać drugi piec obrotowy, jednak realia rynkowe okresu spowolnienia gospodarczego wstrzymały inwestycję, której pamiątką na fotografii są widoczne stalowe elementy w dolnym prawym rogu. Mam nadzieję, że kiedyś druga jednostka piecowa jednak powstanie - ożarowska Cementownia mogłaby się wtedy stać największą w Europie!

...taken at Plaza de Castilla...

  

Madrid, Spain...

Gran Vía Sur la ciudad comercial de Hospitalet con una gran cantidad de rascacielos.

 

A la izquierda el Renaissance Barcelona Fira Hotel con unas curiosas palmeras en la azotea y en la fachada.

 

Arquitectos Jean Nouvel y Ribas & Ribas en 2005-2012, el edificio tiene 110 m. de altura y 27 pisos.

Paisajista Manuel Colomina y Massoni.

La fachada está serigrafiada de palmeras.

 

CUADERNO DE APRENDIZAJE:

Se han realizado los ajustes básicos en Camera RAW y posteriormente se ha pasado la fotografía a Photoshop CC donde se le han realizado diversos ajustes.

 

Con Photoshop CC utilizando el Panel de Tony Kuyper se han aplicado máscaras de luminosidad de Niveles y Curvas sobre luces y sombras.

 

Utilizando la acción del maestro José María Mellado, experto en Photoshop, se ha aplicado un enfoque según textura.

 

Se ha utilizado un polarizador B+W para dar color al cielo y atenuar los reflejos en ventanas, hierba, agua y superficies no metálicas.

 

COPYRIGHT:

©️ Anselmo Torneiro Rodríguez.

 

CÁMARA Y OBJETIVO:

Canon 5D Mark IV.

Canon EF 24-70 mm f2.8 L II USM.

 

FILTRO:

Polarizador B+W XS-Pro Käsemann MRC nano.

 

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Puerta de Europa son dos rascacielos inclinados de oficinas con una altura de 114 metros y 26 plantas ubicados en la plaza de Castilla de Madrid (España). También son conocidas popularmente como Torres KIO debido a que fueron promovidas en gran medida por la empresa kuwaití KIO, acrónimo de Kuwait Investment Office. Son las segundas torres gemelas más altas de España, tras las Torres de Santa Cruz en Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Están inclinadas la una hacia la otra 14,3 grados con respecto a la vertical y fueron los primeros rascacielos inclinados del mundo.2​ Las torres fueron construidas entre 1989 y 1996 y diseñadas por los arquitectos estadounidenses Philip Johnson y John Burgee. La ingeniería del proyecto corrió a cargo de Leslie E. Robertson Associates y la construcción por Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas.

 

Vistas desde el sur, la torre de la izquierda pertenece a Bankia (anteriormente Caja Madrid) mientras que la torre de la derecha pertenece a la inmobiliaria Realia. Entre las torres discurre el paseo de la Castellana y se encuentra el intercambiador de transportes de Plaza de Castilla.

 

The Gate of Europe towers (Spanish: Puerta de Europa), also known as KIO Towers (Torres KIO), are twin office buildings in Madrid, Spain. The towers have a height of 114 m (374 ft) and have 26 floors. They were constructed from 1989 to 1996. The Puerta de Europa is the second tallest twin towers in Spain after the Torres de Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

  

Gate of Europe in 2014

The Gate of Europe towers were designed by the American architects Philip Johnson and John Burgee, built by Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas[1] and commissioned by the Libyan Investment Office (hence their initial name "Torres KIO" or "KIO Towers"). Leslie E. Robertson Associates, RLLP New York (LERA) provided structural engineering services. Each building is 115 m tall with an inclination of 15°, making them the first inclined skyscrapers in the world. They are located near the Chamartín railway station, on the sides of the Plaza de Castilla bus station, north from the Paseo de la Castellana and near the Cuatro Torres Business Area (CTBA).

  

...taken at Plaza de Castilla...

  

Madrid, Spain...

John F. Germany Public Library is the flagship library of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System (THPL), as well as a member of the Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative, and a member of the Tampa Bay Library Consortium.

 

Located in Downtown Tampa, Florida, the 140,000 sq. ft. library acts as the central reference and resource center for THPL, as well as the local library branch. John F. Germany Library is the largest in the THPL System and houses several special collections.

 

The library features a creative space known as The HIVE and has various special collections including a Florida History collection, Genealogy Collection, and nearly 19,000 in the Burgert Brothers Photographic Collection.

 

The library also features a children's play area and the Realia Collection with more than 470 models, tools and learning aids available for checkout.

 

In 1912, the City of Tampa received a grant from the Carnegie Foundation to start development on a building for a main Tampa library on Seventh Avenue. Architect Fred J. James designed the building, and the physical work was completed on the facility on June 30, 1915. However, the opening of the facility was delayed for two years due to funding constraints. On April 17, 1917, the Tampa Public Library opened to the public with a collection of 3,800 books.

 

The Carnegie building on Seventh Avenue served as the main library's building until the need for a larger building became a necessity with the increase of population in Tampa to 400,000 people. The Tampa City Council, along with community aid, began plans for a new building. The new building, located less than one mile away from the original Carnegie building, began in 1965 and is still in use today.

 

The new Tampa Public Library opened to the public on April 21, 1968. Designed by architectural firms McLane, Ranon, McIntosh & Bernardo, and McElvy & Jennewein, the new facility was 100,000 sq. ft. and held more than 500,000 books. Nine years later, a new 50,000 sq. ft addition was made to the original building. Designed by architectural firm McElvy, Jennewein, Stefany & Howard, the new addition was connected to the original building by an elevated glass walkway. This addition was dedicated on May 23, 1976.

 

The Tampa Public Library was renamed on November 1, 1999, to the John F. Germany Public Library in honor of library supporter, civic leader, and former judge, John F. Germany. In the 1960s, Germany was chairman of the Friends of the Library Organization while a sitting Hillsborough County circuit judge. After looking over the city budget he tells the mayor to use funds from cigarette taxes to pay for the expansion plan. He once called the downtown library on Ashley Street his most significant accomplishment. It was there in February 2015, former John F. Germany Public Library Chief Director Andrew S. Breidenbaugh was named director of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System.

 

Opened to the public on November 15, 2014,[5] The HIVE is a 10,000 sq. ft. public community innovation center and Makerspace located on the third floor of the West Building of the John F. Germany Public Library.

 

UPDATE: In the beginning of 2018, the building that connects the William F. Poe Parking Garage to the Germany Library was closed and given back to the city of Tampa. The HIVE makerspace is now inside the Germany Library. It is located to the right of the building's main entrance on Ashley Drive.

 

The HIVE features bookable spaces and equipment and offers innovative, creative programs and open learning labs for the public. Activities and services offered in The HIVE emphasize creating, creativity, and collaboration. Spaces in The HIVE include the Media:scape, the Makerspace, the Robotics Center, the Arts Center, the Recording Studio, and the Flexspace.

 

Credit for the data above is given to the following website:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Germany_Public_Library

 

© All Rights Reserved - you may not use this image in any form without my prior permission.

Contrasting masses against the sky

In Madrid for 24 hours on business, but I managed to slip away just long enough to take some shots of the leaning towers of the Puerta de Europa. The two towers lean toward each other at a 15º angle; this is the Caja Madrid building and the sunset behind it, reflected in the windows of the Realia building.

La Puerta de Europa la forman las dos torres inclinadas, diseñadas por los arquitectos Philip Johnson y John Burgee, con una altura de 114 metros y 26 plantas y ubicadas en la plaza de Castilla de Madrid. También son conocidas popularmente como Torres KIO debido a que fueron promovidas en gran medida por la empresa kuwaití KIO, acrónimo de Kuwait Investment Office. 19-09-2008.

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Gran Vía Sur la ciudad comercial de Hospitalet con una gran cantidad de rascacielos.

 

Rascacielos en Gran Vía Sur, destacan el Hotel Porta Fira y la Torre Realia BCN, a la derecha en la fotografía.

 

El Hotel Porta Fira fue el ganador del Premio Emporis al Mejor Rascacielos de 2010. Tiene 113 metros de altura y 26 plantas.

Es obra del arquitecto japonés Toyo Ito.

 

Panorámica desde la Plaza Europa.

 

CUADERNO DE APRENDIZAJE:

Panorámica obtenida a partir de 10 fotografías verticales en RAW montadas en Camera RAW.

 

Se han realizado los ajustes básicos en Camera RAW y posteriormente se ha pasado la fotografía a Photoshop CC donde se le han realizado diversos ajustes.

 

Con Photoshop CC utilizando el Panel de Tony Kuyper se han aplicado máscaras de luminosidad de Niveles y Curvas sobre luces y sombras.

 

Utilizando la acción del maestro José María Mellado, experto en Photoshop, se ha aplicado un enfoque según textura.

 

Se ha utilizado un polarizador B+W para dar color al cielo y atenuar los reflejos en ventanas, hierba, agua y superficies no metálicas.

 

COPYRIGHT:

©️ Anselmo Torneiro Rodríguez.

 

CÁMARA Y OBJETIVO:

Canon 5D Mark IV.

Canon EF 24-70 mm f2.8 L II USM.

 

FILTRO:

Polarizador B+W XS-Pro Käsemann MRC nano.

 

1V2A7044-Panoramica

John F. Germany Public Library is the flagship library of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System (THPL), as well as a member of the Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative, and a member of the Tampa Bay Library Consortium.

 

Located in Downtown Tampa, Florida, the 140,000 sq. ft. library acts as the central reference and resource center for THPL, as well as the local library branch. John F. Germany Library is the largest in the THPL System and houses several special collections.

 

The library features a creative space known as The HIVE and has various special collections including a Florida History collection, Genealogy Collection, and nearly 19,000 in the Burgert Brothers Photographic Collection.

 

The library also features a children's play area and the Realia Collection with more than 470 models, tools and learning aids available for checkout.

 

In 1912, the City of Tampa received a grant from the Carnegie Foundation to start development on a building for a main Tampa library on Seventh Avenue. Architect Fred J. James designed the building, and the physical work was completed on the facility on June 30, 1915. However, the opening of the facility was delayed for two years due to funding constraints. On April 17, 1917, the Tampa Public Library opened to the public with a collection of 3,800 books.

 

The Carnegie building on Seventh Avenue served as the main library's building until the need for a larger building became a necessity with the increase of population in Tampa to 400,000 people. The Tampa City Council, along with community aid, began plans for a new building. The new building, located less than one mile away from the original Carnegie building, began in 1965 and is still in use today.

 

The new Tampa Public Library opened to the public on April 21, 1968. Designed by architectural firms McLane, Ranon, McIntosh & Bernardo, and McElvy & Jennewein, the new facility was 100,000 sq. ft. and held more than 500,000 books. Nine years later, a new 50,000 sq. ft addition was made to the original building. Designed by architectural firm McElvy, Jennewein, Stefany & Howard, the new addition was connected to the original building by an elevated glass walkway. This addition was dedicated on May 23, 1976.

 

The Tampa Public Library was renamed on November 1, 1999, to the John F. Germany Public Library in honor of library supporter, civic leader, and former judge, John F. Germany. In the 1960s, Germany was chairman of the Friends of the Library Organization while a sitting Hillsborough County circuit judge. After looking over the city budget he tells the mayor to use funds from cigarette taxes to pay for the expansion plan. He once called the downtown library on Ashley Street his most significant accomplishment. It was there in February 2015, former John F. Germany Public Library Chief Director Andrew S. Breidenbaugh was named director of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System.

 

Opened to the public on November 15, 2014,[5] The HIVE is a 10,000 sq. ft. public community innovation center and Makerspace located on the third floor of the West Building of the John F. Germany Public Library.

 

UPDATE: In the beginning of 2018, the building that connects the William F. Poe Parking Garage to the Germany Library was closed and given back to the city of Tampa. The HIVE makerspace is now inside the Germany Library. It is located to the right of the building's main entrance on Ashley Drive.

 

The HIVE features bookable spaces and equipment and offers innovative, creative programs and open learning labs for the public. Activities and services offered in The HIVE emphasize creating, creativity, and collaboration. Spaces in The HIVE include the Media:scape, the Makerspace, the Robotics Center, the Arts Center, the Recording Studio, and the Flexspace.

 

Credit for the data above is given to the following website:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Germany_Public_Library

 

© All Rights Reserved - you may not use this image in any form without my prior permission.

Photograph taken with my old 300mm f4.5 AI from the late 70's.

Fotografía tomada con mi viejo 300mm f4.5 AI de finales de los años 70.

Wings up or wings down?

I posted them both.

Photographed in Realia Wildlife refuge. Maui, Hawaii.

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Wings up or wings down?

I posted them both.

Photographed in Realia Wildlife refuge. Maui, Hawaii.

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The leaning towers, La Puerta de Europa (The Gate of Europe towers) or Torres KIO (KIO Towers) at Paseo de la Castellana, Plaza de Castilla, Madrid, Spain. Owned by Bankia and Realia and designed by architects Philip Johnson, John Burgee.

This is a lo rez scan of a shot taken with the Mamiya RB67 medium format camera of the rolleiflex and some expired realia 100 film. No photoshop applied, no sharpening nothing.

This is out of camera filmy goodness, I love medium format and I can not believe the sharpness!

Part of the panorama showing the TV tower (the Piruli) as well as the 4 towers (Four Tower Business Area) on the right side and on the other side, the Realia and Bankia towers (former KIO towers)

 

Parte del la panorámica donde se ve el Piruli así como las 4 torres (CTBA) a su derecha, y por el otro lado, las torres Realia y Bankia (ex torres KIO)

Bash Bish Falls in October. As always a challenge to photograph the upper section properly. Shot on Fuji Realia Film.

Gran Vía Sur la ciudad comercial de Hospitalet con una gran cantidad de rascacielos.

 

A la izquierda los rascacielos de la Torre Realia BCN y el Hotel Porta Fira desde la Avenida Juan Carlos I. Detrás del rascacielos del Hotel Porta Fira, se ve parte del Renaissance Barcelona Fira Hotel con su característica fachada serigrafiada de palmeras.

 

El Hotel Porta Fira fue el ganador del Premio Emporis al Mejor Rascacielos de 2010. Tiene 113 metros de altura y 26 plantas.

Es obra del arquitecto japonés Toyo Ito.

 

CUADERNO DE APRENDIZAJE:

Se han realizado los ajustes básicos en Camera RAW y posteriormente se ha pasado la fotografía a Photoshop CC donde se le han realizado diversos ajustes.

 

Con Photoshop CC utilizando el Panel de Tony Kuyper se han aplicado máscaras de luminosidad de Niveles y Curvas sobre luces y sombras.

 

Utilizando la acción del maestro José María Mellado, experto en Photoshop, se ha aplicado un enfoque según textura.

 

COPYRIGHT:

©️ Anselmo Torneiro Rodríguez.

 

CÁMARA Y OBJETIVO:

Canon 5D Mark IV.

Canon EF 24-70 mm f2.8 L II USM.

 

FILTRO:

Polarizador B+W XS-Pro Käsemann MRC nano.

 

1V2A6988

Solarigraphy pinhole camera

8 months long exposure. Ilford Photo paper 17x15 cm negative

 

Página original del proyecto Solarigrafía en: solarigrafia.com

  

Gran Vía Sur la ciudad comercial de Hospitalet con una gran cantidad de rascacielos.

 

Rascacielos en la Plaza Europa, destacan la Torre Realia BCN y el Hotel Porta Fira a la derecha de la fotografía.

 

El Hotel Porta Fira fue el ganador del Premio Emporis al Mejor Rascacielos de 2010. Tiene 113 metros de altura y 26 plantas.

Es obra del arquitecto japonés Toyo Ito.

 

CUADERNO DE APRENDIZAJE:

Se han realizado los ajustes básicos en Camera RAW y posteriormente se ha pasado la fotografía a Photoshop CC donde se le han realizado diversos ajustes.

 

Con Photoshop CC utilizando el Panel de Tony Kuyper se han aplicado máscaras de luminosidad de Niveles y Curvas sobre luces y sombras.

 

Utilizando la acción del maestro José María Mellado, experto en Photoshop, se ha aplicado un enfoque según textura.

 

COPYRIGHT:

©️ Anselmo Torneiro Rodríguez.

 

CÁMARA Y OBJETIVO:

Canon 5D Mark IV.

Canon EF 24-70 mm f2.8 L II USM.

 

FILTRO:

Polarizador B+W XS-Pro Käsemann MRC nano.

 

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Torre Realia exterior detail, Madrid, Spain

Gran Vía Sur la ciudad comercial de Hospitalet con una gran cantidad de rascacielos.

 

Rascacielos en la Plaza Europa, destacan la Torre Realia BCN y el Hotel Porta Fira.

 

El Hotel Porte Fira fue el ganador del Premio Emporis al Mejor Rascacielos de 2010. Tiene 113 metros de altura y 26 plantas.

Es obra del arquitecto japonés Toyo Ito.

 

La magia de la Hora Azul es la que da belleza a las fotografías.

 

CUADERNO DE APRENDIZAJE:

Se han realizado los ajustes básicos en Camera RAW y posteriormente se ha pasado la fotografía a Photoshop CC donde se le han realizado diversos ajustes.

 

Con Photoshop CC utilizando el Panel de Tony Kuyper se han aplicado máscaras de luminosidad de Niveles y Curvas sobre luces y sombras.

 

Utilizando la acción del maestro José María Mellado, experto en Photoshop, se ha aplicado un enfoque según textura.

 

LA LUNA LLENA:

Sobre el rascacielos Hotel Porta Fira, el quinto más alto de Barcelona, la luna.

 

La luna es otra exposición distinta, se trata de dos exposiciones fusionadas en Photoshop CC.

La luna es una captura de la superluna del 27 de abril de 2021, con un tamaño un 7% mayor.

 

HORAS MÁGICAS:

Fotografía obtenida en la Hora Azul, es la hora mágica de la fotografía. Hay que fotografiar rápido ya que su duración es de 12 minutos.

La Hora Dorada dura 1 hora. La Hora Azul 12 minutos.

 

COPYRIGHT:

©️ Anselmo Torneiro Rodríguez.

 

CÁMARA Y OBJETIVO:

Canon 5D Mark IV.

Canon EF 24-70 mm f2.8 L II USM.

 

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Hotel Porta Fira & Torre Realia BCN.

 

Architect: Toyo Ito, Fermín Vázquez (b720 Arquitectos)

Built: 2006-2010

Height: 113m (Hotel Fira), 112 (Torre Realia)

Location: Plaça d'Europa 45

L'Hospitalet de Llobregat

suburb of Barcelona, Spain

  

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The Gate of Europe Towers (Puerta de Europa) are twin office buildings near the Plaza de Castilla in Madrid. Designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, the towers were finished in 1996. Each building is 114 m high and has an inclination of 15°, making them the first inclined skyscrapers in the world.

The Gate of Europe Towers (Puerta de Europa) are twin office buildings near the Plaza de Castilla in Madrid. Designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee, the towers were finished in 1996. Each building is 114 m high and has an inclination of 15°, making them the first inclined skyscrapers in the world.

Dworzec Sierakow 2018

Ciemne realia opuszczonego Dworca,

Madrid has absolutely everything to offer. How about some modern architecture? Check! ✔

 

By the way, those twin towers are called "Gate of Europe" 🇪🇺

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