Leading lines need not be perfectly straight. They can also be curved and lead the eye in circular movements.
Shanghai has a crazy mix of different architectural styles. Art deco, postmodern, neoclassical, ultra modern, …
Catalan Gothic and Modernisme architecture may be the mainstream in Barcelona, but the city has a variety of other architectural styles to offer too. I intentionally included the trees in the foreground to highlight that these facades are actual street view, which otherwise look like a Photoshopped collage.
There seems to be a global trend of converting abandoned electrical stations and old power plants to museums or art galleries. CaixaForum Madrid (Spain), Tate Modern (UK) and The Power Plant (Canada), just to name a few.
The lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum and the crescent moon seem to complement each another. My response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Curve
A close-up of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao. The architect, Frank Gehry, said that “the randomness of the curves are designed to catch the light”. I think I caught the reflection of the Sun.
An architectural masterpiece that is full of imagination. My submission for Weekly Photo Challenge: Abstract
Cities are always in transition, some quicker than the others. These apartments in the foreground are probably just two or three decades “young”, but it is already time for them to be demolished and make way for the taller condominiums.