courting the sky

By: Lesley

Aug 20 2010

Category: Brantford

12 Comments

Aperture:f/4.7
Focal Length:18.4mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/800 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

This tower at the County Courthouse in Brantford looks out over partly cloudy skies.

participating in Skywatch Friday

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12 comments on “courting the sky”

  1. Marvelous skies and the perfect backdrop for the tower! Terrific capture for the day! Hope you have a lovely weekend with lots of beautiful skies! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  2. I think buildings make a really nice feature. Especially, when there is a lovely blue sky surrounding it.

  3. Wonderful picture, – love the architecture and beautiful blue sky.

  4. Lesley, I love this! I’m very partial to photographing architecture against the sky too. Happy skywatching and happy Friday!

  5. What a great shot. It looks very foreboding and forbidding.

  6. The tower and chimney together with the sky makes it a bit spooky 😉
    Have a great weekend!

  7. The building and the sky have seemingly been near each other, as if when I am on top of this, I can be able to reach the clouds! But, that I wouldn’t do as I have this fear of heights, lol! Nice capture.

  8. Such a beautiful photo and I would love to see the rest of that building. It must be amazing. Thank you for stopping by.

  9. So many of the court houses around Ontario are beautiful architecturally. And so many of them have towers, which must be a reflection of the the times in which many of them were built.

  10. Great shot! I love the blue of the sky and the angles of the building against it!


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