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Photographer: © Rod Burkey (Gallery)(5th June 2013)
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Museum Of Liverpool.

This building splits the views of the local people, probably because it is in the shadow of the three iconic buildings at the Pier Head. The Royal Liver Building, one of the three (now called) Three Graces was thought of as being vulgar when it was built, but now is a symbol of the city. I chose a low viewpoint using a wide angle lens to make the most of the shape of this structure.
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Camera Make: NIKON CORPORATION Model: NIKON D300
Exposure Program: Aperture Priority, Focal length: 10 mm, Aperture: f 11, ISO: 200, Exposure time: 1/320 sec, Metering Mode: Multi-Segment, Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Date/Time Creation: June 3, 2013, 10:27 am
ImageID:1176128, Image size: 1953 x 3360 pixels

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Comment by MikeT(5th June 2013)

A superb image of this futuristic looking building, I love the way you've taken it, first class Rod

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Comment by rustyruth(5th June 2013)

Great shot Rod. The building is even more spectacular in B&W.

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Comment by Karen Lee(5th June 2013)

Really interesting perspective,great use of B&W

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Comment by Vince Hawthorn(5th June 2013)

With the angular lines and in monochrome you have a bold and striking shot Rod, well done.

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Comment by Paul HiltonPremier Member! Click for more info..(5th June 2013)

excellent shot.

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Comment by Zbigniew Siwik(6th June 2013)

Stunning picture

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Comment by David SwannPremier Member! Click for more info..(6th June 2013)

An impressive mono conversion helped by the simple but strong composition with no distractions at all.

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Comment by Edward Lever(6th June 2013)

I agree Rod, many examples of new architecture are not well-received at first, but are later accepted as iconic. I like this shot because there is no point in trying to get geometric accuracy with a wide shot like this.

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Comment by Martin Humphreys(6th June 2013)

Super shot Rod

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Comment by Dave John(7th June 2013)

Strong, powerful, iconic and many similar words fit this perfectly as does the mono conversion. Very well chosen viewpoint

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