Saturday, September 11, 2010

Palacio Salvo Reflections

I love reflections... they give a different perspective of things.
They are universal whispers telling us that not everything is black and white.


Some weeks ago I was asked to take some pictures of the Palacio Salvo, a building that doesn't attract me at all, but I found a different way to portrait it... through some reflections:











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13 comments:

Francisca said...

You're SOOO clever! :-D Looks like a pretty interesting building, though, even if you don't like it, Gabi.

Tag said...

Well Done Gabriela. Very creative use of reflection.

Sam Liu said...

I have always found reflections a fascinating muse. This is a wonderful post, Gabriela, very pensive...your creativity is a delight.

Lesley said...

It does stand out as being very different from the surrounding modern buildings.

Cildemer said...

Great captures!

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Thanks for sharing
and happy Sunday*******

Ebie said...

Interesting shots! Love the sepia tones on the first shot!

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Very unique and wonderful reflections.

James said...

These are all very good. The top one is my favorite. You really know how to capture reflections in a wonderful way!

J Bar said...

Marvellous reflections.
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Hicham Maged said...

I like reflections and this is an excellent way of taking photos for this historical building with its italian gotic architectural style. Nice shoots, Gab.

Jingle said...

love it!

michael said...

That is a very creative way to photograph a building you don't care for.

Ed Pilolla said...

what a crazy looking building. the three views are plenty. clever. nice. the middle one was really effective, incorporating it into the block of buildings of which it is a part.
i suspect you might care for this building after capturing it as you have. just a thought.