A view in Hamilton on King Street East of The Right House, reflected in the HSBC building windows. Built in 1893 in the Victorian style by Hamilton merchant Thomas C. Watkins, this historic building was a grandeois department store and is the only one of its kind remaining in the city.
Those wobbly lines do it for me… not to mention the contrasts…
Grand photo… again!
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thank you aj 😛
Interesting distortion effect, it does catch your eye.
thanks Wayne – it sure did distort the lines… could not resist.
How unique! I hope that this building is not real.
thanks cocomino – no the building is quite straight and square… but you would not know from this!
Very interesting photograph
thank you nigel – I do love heritage buildings.
Nice and interesting Sheila. And I really like how you framed the shot, keeping those blue negative spaces as a framing device. Excellent!
thanks! I was going for the old and new in one image.
Nice shot, and nice colours too! Adrian
thanks – and great architecture to work with.
Fabulous shot – what a great way to capture architecture! Must look out for similar options around town 😉
thank you – yes keep your eye open for this effect. it is kind of two for one with architecture… albeit one is distorted.. 🙂