Constellation from a Different Angle by taffy

Constellation from a Different Angle

This is the same sculpture as previously posted but now the skyline from that image is to my left, and angle that shows the three dimensional nature of this sculpture. Thanks so much for your response to that image. The sculptor is Santiago Calatrava, from Spain.
Sort of looks like a big bird in a way. Cool looking sculpture. Great capture.
November 15th, 2020  
Wow, it looks so different from this angle! It's very interesting
November 15th, 2020  
Loving it from this angle.
November 15th, 2020  
Wonderful capture with the city in the background!!
November 15th, 2020  
Nice piece of artwork
November 15th, 2020  
Love the reflections!
November 15th, 2020  
This angle is gorgeous, love it against all those blue reflections.
November 15th, 2020  
I love this angle. You don't see the depth of the sculpture in the other photo.
November 15th, 2020  
Great photo! I like the sculpture, the contrast with the buildings and the reflections. Fav.

I love your city photos. This was the year I was supposed to finally visit Chicago, with my son and his family, for a conference that, of course, was cancelled.
November 15th, 2020  
Fabulous angle!
November 15th, 2020  
This is wonderful!
November 15th, 2020  
Wow! That IS different.
November 15th, 2020  
Wow, it looks SO different from this angle!
November 15th, 2020  
Goodness, that IS different! Looks like a bird from this angle. Coolio!
November 15th, 2020  
I really do like this. So pleased you have posted it from another angle this really shows off the three dimensional POV. Fav
November 15th, 2020  
It's so interesting to see it from the different aspect - and I like way you have changed the relative scales. :)
November 15th, 2020  
Such a interesting sculpture
November 15th, 2020  
I like this angle better it almost looked like a composite rather than real on the other one. Here it has dimension.
November 15th, 2020  
I like this angle too. Can't say which shot I prefer, both angles make a fabulous capture.
November 15th, 2020  
This is really beautiful... awesome light, color, and reflections too.
November 15th, 2020  
I love the colour on the sculpture! fab shot!
November 15th, 2020  
Oh this is stunning. Simply stunning. It’s so different from your first shot of it.
November 15th, 2020  
It looks so different from this angle, but equally as appealing .
November 15th, 2020  
That's a lovely shot of this sculpture!
November 15th, 2020  
What a lovely sculpture and colour!
November 15th, 2020  
I'm amazed that this is the same sculpture as yesterday - well captured and thanks for sharing
November 15th, 2020  
How different the sculpture looks from this angle. I love the reflections in the building behind as well - fav!

Ian
November 15th, 2020  
Looks wonderful.
November 15th, 2020  
Beautiful! It stands out so well against the buildings.
November 15th, 2020  
Great POV, a super capture.Fav😊
November 15th, 2020  
Love the tone of the red. Super shot Taffy.
November 15th, 2020  
Beautiful capture, lovely contrast between the warm red of the sculpture and the cool blue of the glass and steel buildings
November 15th, 2020  
This city is all about light and reflections and is perfect for large sculptures.
November 15th, 2020  
I like the spaciousness of this sculpture and its colour. Great to disrupt the linearity of architecture.
November 15th, 2020  
oooh, this is a nice blast of red
November 15th, 2020  
beautiful shot ... I like this angle and the gorgeous buildings
November 16th, 2020  
Calatrava! So different from his other work which I think of as white architectural flowing and graceful lines. Have you ever photographed his building in Milwaukee? The art museum? I once missed a train connection in Belgium but the station in Liege where I got stuck in for an extra hour I immediately recognized as a Calatrava so I happily ran around taking photos during that hour. And of course he is the architect of the Oculus in NYC that we photographed . . . I can't wait to see this one in person! I love the strong red curves against the mirrored straight lines.
November 16th, 2020  
I saw your tag “red” with the first image. Now I see why! Love it!
November 16th, 2020  
The dimensions there look so different, gives a whole new perspective!
November 16th, 2020  
Another gorgeous city- scape and the sculpture looks great from this angle too.
November 16th, 2020  
Great angle.
November 17th, 2020  
Wow!
November 22nd, 2020  
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