A woman admires the the Assumption of the Virgin by Titian in the Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frar.
Still on the Atomium, this time a close up view with the lights on. The LED were installed as part of the renovations in 2006. The lights came on relatively late, around 10:30 pm. Though there were very few people around, you could hear a collective and appreciative "wow" when it was lit up.
This was shot while walking towards the Brooklyn Bridge walkway just after the sun had set and the lights were coming on. The building in the middle is the Thurgood Marshall Courthouse and the on the left is the David N. Dinkins Municipal Building.
I have been wanting to get some balloons, go to a nice open field and do this shot for the last few weeks but given the weather here (it was snowing last night!), it has been almost impossible to go out and take pictures without being frozen! I tried a few other ideas for the …
At the time of taking the picture, I didn’t think that was a good image. I didn’t like the angle and the bright lights. But after looking at it on the computer screen, I liked how the light trails show the Union Jack colours.
Another fantastic installation from the Lumiere London festival. This one is the Great North Door at Westminster Abbey lit up by Artist Patrice Warrener. The intricate details of the lighting was both amazing and beautiful.
This was the highlight of the London Lumiere festival for me. The bright, changing colours on the facade made the sculptures and intricate design feel almost “alive”. After trying to get a picture with the crowds at the entrance, I crossed the road, stuck the camera in between steel rods of a road sign and …