Reflective roof


This is a look into the Brookfield Place building from the outside. This building is not far from Union Station and it has this really spectacular glass atrium. I'm sure you'll see more views of this place on my blog in the future.

If you like reflections, take a peek at the Weekend Reflections blog!

17 comments:

Virginia said...

I think buildings like this are very hard to shoot. You did a great job!
We miss you down here.
V

Jacob said...

Very beautiful, Hal! I'll bet that atrium is nice and warm in the wintertime, too. It appears you are adjusting well and enjoying your life in the northland!

EG Wow said...

The atrium looks great from the outside!

Karen said...

Great perspective!

Jack said...

This one is terrific, Halcyon. It is the kind of place that would have me crawling around all over the place, trying to find new ways of showing it.

Sylvia K said...

I do love this one, Halcyon! And what a great perspective indeed! Beautiful atrium! Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy!

Sylvia

VP said...

I like this kind of architecture, solemn but light at the same time.

Lesley said...

Those shadows remind me of palm fronds.

'Tsuki said...

Interesting perspective on that building. Well done !

VioletSky said...

Interesting perspective. It is a hard building to photograph! I look forward to seeing what you manage.

Regina K said...

This is great Halycon. I have something similar in the near future.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my, lots of reflections. Amazing. MB

Randy said...

I agree with Virginia. You captured this really well.

s.c said...

Nice reflection shot. It is difficult to see where the building ends and the reflection starts. Great

Francisca said...

A modern atrium with fun stripes reflected... nice!

Olivier said...

beau reflet, architecture tres moderne

James said...

Very cool! I saw a building just like this last week.

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