Urban landscapes: soaring into the blue

ENCANA PLACE, CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA

The 31-storey, 410-foot Encana Place was completed in 1982. Until a few weeks ago, nothing about the building truly grabbed my attention. Then I started walking around the front plaza and found this dramatic angle of lobby juxtaposed against the tower. So I found a spot where it sticks into the sky almost as much as the tower and made this picture. During processing, I converted the building to black & white and liked the effect. Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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Encana Place Calgary Alberta

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2 thoughts on “Urban landscapes: soaring into the blue

  1. Cool picture! You always find a new motive downtown if you try looking at things in a different angle:)

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