Ceiling of the Glasgow Museum of Modern Art, Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow
The post Glasgow ceiling
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View of the cast iron framework and the skylight of the main hall of the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Colonnade of arches at the University of Glasgow.
Multi-coloured window jambs on an office building in central Brussels. From head on the building looks fairly normal: its only when you look up and along the walls that the hidden colours become visible.
Despite it’s significant wealth – Stavanger is the heart of Norway’s oil industry – there are still plenty of lovely old wooden buildings around the waterfront and the old town.
The Whittle Arch in Coventry, England is a memorial to Sir Frank Whittle, the inventer of the turbo jet engine. The arch is made of a pair of aerofoil sections, with perforated stainless steel sheathing covering a tubular frame and steel lattice.
Dappled sunlight on wooden panelling in the Bodleian Library, Oxford.
The spiral parking garage for El Corte Inglés on the Carrer de Fontanella at the corner of Plaça Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.
An Albaycin street diptych from Grenada, Spain.
Props to Patrick La Roque for his ‘Rock the Grid’ blog post on laying out multiple images in Aperture.
Detail of the windows that are part of the cast iron facade of the Ataranzas, Malaga’s famous central market.
The front entrance to the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Granada, Andalucía. It is claimed that this is Spain’s first Renaissance-style cathedral: the facade is by Alonso Cano.
Diptych of street photos from Malaga, showing a facade covered in blue netting contrasted with the cast iron facade of the Ataranzas, Malaga’s famous central market.
Cobblestone steps on the Carril de San Agustin in the Albaicín, Granada.
View looking south from the Calle de San Nicolas by the Iglesia de San Nicholas in the Albaycin of Granada. This is the usual viewing point for the Alhambra – it’s one of the few places in Granada where you can get high enough to get a decent perspective across the small valley at the northern foot of the Alhambra.
Visitor note: buy your tickets in advance – don’t go on the day and hope tickets will be available. Hope is not a good strategy.