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Saturday, 21 January 2012

Colourful Architecture

Colourful buildings in Holborn.

17 comments:

Nori said...

indeed! can't see in our country!!

Art said...

Wonderful shot and colors..... very nice work

Cathy said...

I enjoy all your images, but this is especially wonderful!

Rachel Cotterill said...

Ah, I took pictures of those exact same buildings - quite striking, aren't they? :)

Luis Gomez said...

Love it!

jennyfreckles said...

They certainly are colourful!

RedPat said...

Very cool!

Sunny said...

Lively indeed :)

Emm said...

Those are lovely! I've not seen them in the Holborn area before - I shall have to explore.

Tanya said...

love this!

Jack said...

Great!!! See how little extra it takes to turn mundane buildings into fun and exciting places?

/t. said...

wow!

all cities
should have these

nice catch, mo

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/t.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Brilliant shot Mo, great colour and reflections.

Sharon said...

Wow, love this shot!

Babzy said...

nice colours for a grey day here ! :)

IleDuLevant said...

Emm: these are just behind Centre Point. It is hoped that this building with its ground level pedestrian routes, plus the redevelopment of Tottenham Court Road station in readiness for Crossrail, will make the St Giles area a more obvious connecting point between Bloomsbury, Soho and Covent Garden.
The coloured panels are glazed ceramic, so the colours will not fade. They certainly stick out when flying over central London.
(Architect is Renzo Piano, who also gave us The Shard.)

Gunn said...

Yes, that looks very nice!

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