Urban landscapes: Angles of light

INTACT INSURANCE BUILDING, CALGARY, ALBERTA

This picture came at the end of two mostly frustrating hours of wandering around Calgary’s downtown. This was around Christmas, so there were holiday decorations all over the place and they were unexpected visual problems that eliminated some photo opportunities. But at the end, I photographed this building from across the street, then crossed over and walked past it until looking up at this atrium and seeing the striking array of converging lines. This was easily the most satisfying composition of the evening. Nikon D90, tripod.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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