I left today's photo pretty late. I planned on going on a shoot in the day, but the wet weather wasn't ideal. Later on the rain cleared up, so I decided to go out for a night shoot as I haven't done that in a while. I drove to the University of Nottingham's Jubilee Campus again, where I last did a shoot on day 127.
This is the University of Nottingham's Djanogly Learning Resource Centre (or Djanogly LRC). For night photography a tripod is a necessity. It was shot using a long exposure and a low aperture, with the ISO kept to a minimum for maximum sharpness.
As you can see, this building has a distinctive design. It's situated on an island platform in the middle of the Campus' lake, and actually has only one floor that spirals its way to the top of the building. The Jubilee Campus has a number of interesting modern architecture, and I think the Djanogly LRC is the most interesting of them all.