That's an interesting building Daryl.
The perspective and mix of buildings is fantastic.
Not very far from dedelstein circle. ;)
Kinda looks like the sky around here today. Only without the excessive glass and steel. Must be wild to look up around your hood.
This caught my eye immediately when I went to post my Skywatch. I really like this; would make a great giant wall photo.I like your new banner, too.
I ♥ NY! and this photo.
Love your composition/combination of those really interesting buildings and the grumpy skies! Have a great weekend, Daryl!Sylvia
cool! like a giant erector set! Great perspective xo
The Moody sky make a nice backdrop for the buildings.
Now that's a whole lotta windows!<><
You know, I meant to tell you that I like your new header. I noticed it the other day. Was it yesterday . . . day before? Dunno.
Arcitects are simply artists who work in the medium of concrete glass and steel. Wonderful shotSandi
Yes, architecture is getting interesting!Warm Aloha from Waikiki Comfort Spiral
Fantastic!!! I love this one!
My neck would hurt after looking upto the top of the building.
Great contrasts in building styles.
Diamonds, squares, a few predominant triangles and rectangles. Lines and lines. Love it.wv: dingthe. If you knock and nobody answers, just dingthe bell.
I like the triangles and I enjoyed reading about the 'green' building!A fascinating photo!
Great picture. Makes me look very small.
Great angle of shot. Absolutely love it.
for a line and angle junkie like me this shot is crack!!
it looks odd but also imposing...have a good weekend!
These two buildings must really stand out in contrast to the traditional ones surrounding them.
I like the composition! Nice! :)
As we toured London on one of the Thames boats, we saw a number of odd buildings, and they all seemed to be attributed to the same architect. The guide on the boat laughingly refered to him as Lord Wobbly--not sure if that's name or nickname. This reminded me of Lord Wobbly.
Very interesting post Daryl. Enjoyed reading all about it. Especially as I have walked past and admired it many times. I didn't know what it was or how environmentally friendly it is. Must email you about it. Presume this might be extremely close to where you work ;-) If only I had known!Also enjoyed the post below and the history also. Fancy being paid by the Met Opera to stop producing opera!Am actually very surprised that no-one else seemed to look up the reference or comment on it. Oh, the fleeting comments from sky-watchers...and others bound to read as many blogs as possible. In so little time!