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Its in the lines
18-DEC-2011

It's in the lines

I have always disliked this building, especially those green columns, from the car, but when I saw it close up on foot I found it fascinating. It has some old elements to it, yet parts are bizarrely modern.

Nikon D700
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Date/Time18-Dec-2011 12:42:31
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John Barreiro28-Feb-2013 01:47
I like it. This is a good example that modern buildings don't have to be plain boxes. V
joseantonio24-Dec-2011 19:08
There are some nice lines the architect played with when designing this building
Lennart Waara21-Dec-2011 15:08
Excellent photo and very interesting architecture with a little feeling of Gaudy and Barcelona!
Walter O. Koenig20-Dec-2011 22:33
At first glance it puts one off, but it is fascinating. I like the way the deep facade creates shadows. A fine image with a well chosen vantage point. "V"
William Barletta20-Dec-2011 22:05
I wouldn't say I like the architecture but it is interesting and makes you look and look again.