Lighting the walkway
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
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this is a series of backlit panels found in a walkway between buildings in Yorkville. They change colours and I caught them at this pale green stage.
They are beautiful. Almost looks like an aquarium
I'm glad you added that explanation with this photo, because I was wondering what these windows were. They are very good architectural designs and the changing light makes them all the more interesting.
I love a well lit room.
Lovely -- very futuristic. Love the colours.
what a beautiful find - love the soothing color and repeated patterns.
Great composition! These windows must be spectacular at night.
Very nice. I haven't been to Yorkville in YEARS!
This almost looks like panels of water captured in glass! Very beautiful!
they change color? wow, I would like to see them.
I like their geometrical design
I love all the photos on your blog, great eye for composition!
Why, thank you so much, Sunmalia.
Neither had I, Stine, and it hasn't changed a lot!
These were pink when I first saw them, Marina, and by the time I backtracked to take a photo they were green. I waited for ages for them to change again... Quite eyecatching, Pete.
Yes, I think this would look brilliant in the dark, Lew.
And I agree about the liquid look, Greyscale and Podso. Its futuristic look was what first caught my eye, Louise. Each large panel is slightly different, Char and it sure brightens up the laneway. Yep, these backlit windows have no viewing purpose other than to light up the area, ewok and green stone woman!
This was a fantastic tour.The tiles are really interesting ...fascinating actually. Thank you for sharing!
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