8 July 2013

Looking up






9 comments:

Claude said...

I'm very grateful for those photos. I can hardly look up now without feeling very dizzy. And the world at my "hauteur" is not very interesting.Those ceilings (including sky) are remarkable.

CherryPie said...

I recognise the Angel of the North, York Minster Chapter House and the sky on a sunny day.

Andrew MacLaren-Scott said...

You don't recognise looking up the main tower of York Minster? No.2

Andrew MacLaren-Scott said...

Oh, and I bet you've visited No 1 but would never consider it an architectural gem...

Gateshead... Metro Centre?

Andrew MacLaren-Scott said...

Ah, but you can look up at so much more than I can Claude. You can look up at things that I can only ever look down at :)

Andrew MacLaren-Scott said...

I am surprised you don't recognise No 2, looking up into the central tower of York Minster; and I bet you've been to No 1 but probably not regarded it as of architectural glory... Metro Centre, Gateshead. No.4 may be more of a puzzle... I was lying in bed admiring how the morning sunshine made the closed curtains look like stained glass, but a scary dark lady rose up before me and got in the way :)

Andrew MacLaren-Scott said...

Hotel curtains, I should say. They would not be my choice (although the scary dark lady was of my choice, surprisingly).

CherryPie said...

I looked at No 2 very critically and thought it looked like York Minster, but I obviously didn't look up or maybe I did and saw it from a different perspective.

I have not been to the Metro Centre ;-)

I did however recognise your good lady but not the hotel or its curtains ;-)

Craig said...

Very creative shots. I did actually think that the curtains were stained glass!