through a dark glassly

New blogger friend Mark set me a challenge this week to go along with the daily assignment from Photo101.  Today we have been encouraged to play around with glass – shooting through it or just photographing glass objects. There are some wonderful glass fronted buildings especially along the water front, picking up the reflections from the docks.  Contrasting the old with the new here –

The White Star Line offices
The White Star Line offices
reflection - detail
reflection – detail

No 30 Albion House. aka the White Star Line offices, James Street
No 30 Albion House. aka the White Star Line offices, James Street

And in glorious colour –

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4 thoughts on “through a dark glassly

    • radicalrambler March 24, 2015 / 9:23 pm

      I took it last summer and thought it great as it was. The building is a huge black glass fronted construction near the waterfront and the red-brick of the white star offices reflects brilliantly. I’ve cropped it as the bus terminal is directly in front of the building. It never occurred to me to shoot it in B & W until this challenge and I was struggling with what to do for today.

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  1. markbialczak March 25, 2015 / 2:32 am

    Fantastic light work with the glass, Roy. You are a natural with the 101 work. I wish you could have sat in for the working lunch with Jim and I at Clark’s Ale House today, sir.

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