Urban landscapes: in the quiet of morning

LIBRARY SQUARE, VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA

This nine-story structure is the largest construction project ever undertaken by the city of Vancouver (on Canada’s west coast). The $107 million project, designed by Moshe Safdie and DA Architects, opened in 1995.
It was nice to be in the main atrium before the library opened. Had the place pretty much to myself, so I could set up the tripod and make long exposures with nothing and no one to get in the way. Nikon D7100, polarizing filter.

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Vancouver Library

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