Yesterday, I took an unconventional approach to this week’s photo challenge, so I figured that maybe today I should post a second, but one that was more conventional. But, then I decided why not add another perspective to the conventional approach, and add something from a previous challenge too. So, this is a hybrid of two challenges, colourful from a couple of weeks ago, and entrance which is this weeks topic. This ones going to require some intercontinental travel, so fasten your seatblets were off to Europe.
Barcelona, Spain is where we are headed, Torre Agbar (Agbar tower) is a 38 storey building for the Agbar group, a holding company which has interests in the Barcelona Water Company. Designed by french architect Jean Nouvel in assocaition with Spanish firm B720 Arquitectos. The building is located between Avinguda Diagonal and Carrer Badajoz, near Place de les Glories Catalanes, which marks the gateway to the new technological district of Barcelona, making it very appropriate for the Entrance Challenge. Nevertheless, to stay with the conventional approach, I’ve included some images of the what you could call the “understated” entrance of the bulding. the buiding is lit at night by some 4500 led devices that generate luminous images on the glass facade.
Todays images are of the entrance and other areas of the building, all of which were taken at night, whilst the illumination was operational. The journey continues…………………………..