Aron, beautiful work - you are lucky to live so close to beautiful architecture…
Here another one from my architecture series: Rudolf Steiner's Goetheanum in Dornach.
More info and larger image over at Flickr.
P.S. David, I had no problem photographing - the lady on the phone assured me there'd be no problem, and nobody was bothered by me setting up my gear and photographing (even though the whole process takes quite a while…)
Good to hear that you were welcomed - I was only asked to complete a form when I moved closer to the building;
Sinar F, Schneider 180mm, TMax 100 / Rodinal
both looking great, capturing different essences! I havent been there yet, but this closeup really pushes me now... amazing texture and details, wonderful rich tones!
Thank you David and Aron! David, the concrete texture comes out really well on your shot!
Another one from the area: Fondation Beyeler by Renzo Piano. The most prominent feature in this wonderful museum is the lightweight glass roof. In the evening hours the glass roof faintly glows of inner light, as if emanating all the light it has absorbed during daytime…
More details and larger image over at Flickr.
Your description of the building at night sounds intriguing, Claudio - I must go and see that. It does seem to be a building that hides itself away. Is your photograph from the field at the back of the building? We sometimes use that road when we're coming back from Germany with our shopping from Fünfschilling. I have a more conventional view of the Beyeler, of the water at the front that creates the light that ripples across the large Monet;
Sinar F, Schneider 180mm, TMax 100 / PMK Pyro
Wow David that photo is excellent!
"There is little or no ‘reality’ in the blacks, grays and whites of either the informational or expressive black-and-white image" -Ansel Adams