20 comments on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Angles

  1. Stunning architecture, Sue. I can see why you’re following its construction. I am still trying to wrap my head around these undulating shapes of the latest skyscrapers. It makes me think that they are less safe, even though I know that’s not true! We’re going to Vancouver in October, and I always take shots of their “latest” buildings. Great architecture there too.

  2. Is it an optical illusion or is the building actually curvy? Regardless a pretty cool looking building

  3. Spectacular views and angles of this building – I too get the feeling they cannot be safe. Of course they must be, but the curvy parts make me wonder. So this is the current way of building now? Great shots, and the last one is crucial for the understanding of how it really looks!

  4. It’s beautifully designed Sue – nice to see female architects being recognized. You couldn’t pay me to live on the top floors tho!! I went for dinner once at the old World Trade Center towers and could hardly eat. You could feel the restaurant sway with the wind up there! Great example for the challenge

    • I’m with you, Tina! I definitely wouldn’t want to be at the top of this one, but maybe halfway up would be good. And yes, it’s great to see that there are some female architects in the forefront, shaping the future of Chicago’s skyline.

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