Friday, November 18, 2011

ROM

Royal Ontario Museum
and just for fun, a different angle of the same view with the fall colours 
on the right is with Orton post processing to make it softer and more vibrant


14 comments:

Pat Tillett said...

Each of the photos is very nice. Love the building and the colors...

Sylvia K said...

Terrific captures for the day and I do love the colors! So beautiful! Such a great looking building! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Francisca said...

Great lines in the reflection shot, and I like the old and new contrasted. A treat to see fall colours, since we have none here (and they do pop a bit more in the post-processed one).

EG Wow said...

I like your arty first shot very much! Interesting how the Orton shot is so vibrant. I think I need to experiment.

Susan said...

Great composition, as you capture the play of light and texture.

Dianne said...

Wonderful captures - I love the autumn leaves against that beautiful sandstone - just perfect!

NixBlog said...

Very interesting shots, I like what you've done with the post-processing.

Nora said...

That certainly makes for one heck of a building. I love how the new part was combined with the old. It shows a lot of imagination and daring. We see that here too. It's very refreshing in architecture.

Denise said...

Great images, enjoyed the different effects on the bottom two.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Love the angled shots! The first photo is especially interesting with the reflections in an angled mirror! Delightful!

Céline said...

I like the rotated reflection, and the pictures with the automn colors.

Elisa said...

Hi,
My French Travel Blog was chosen for the blog contest in Elle.fr Magazine.
Could you leave your vote here?
http://www.elle.fr/Site/Grand-Prix-des-Blogueuses-ELLE-2011/(blog)/elisa-origami
You can also leave your vote every day up to December the 2nd.
Thanks a lot!
Have a nice week
Elisa, from Argentina

Pete said...

the first photo is stunning great lines and angles

Rohit Sareen said...

superb shots!

cheers,
My Third Eye

Blog Archive