Tubingen, Germany

We spent a few days in Tubingen, Germany.  Beautiful city.

Some doors and windows

Some wisteria

Some boats

and some swans

One last view of the Rolex Learning Centre

We finished up a great week at EPFL/University of Lausanne (see earlier posts (https://siemensphotography.wordpress.com/2014/07/11/colour-at-epfluniversity-of-lausanne/, https://siemensphotography.wordpress.com/2014/07/09/interesting-angles-part-2/, and https://siemensphotography.wordpress.com/2014/07/07/interesting-angles-in-buildings/).

I have enjoyed taking many pictures of the Rolex Learning Center in the daylight and, on the last night, saw it lit up at night.  Here are some of the pictures:

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And now on to other locations….

Interesting Angles: Part 2

I returned to the Rolex Learning Centre at EPFL to see if I could capture the sense of angles and the rolling nature of the building.  Hopefully, I am getting closer, but you will be the judge….

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For the original post, see https://siemensphotography.wordpress.com/2014/07/07/interesting-angles-in-buildings/.

For more on the Rolex Learning Centre, see http://rolexlearningcenter.epfl.ch

Interesting Angles in Buildings

Recently, I have had occasion to visit the Rolex Learning Center at the EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.  This building is much like a tunnel, undulating and connecting back on inside, which presented interesting angles to photograph as well as challenges.

Here are some of the pictures:

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For more details about the building, see http://rolexlearningcenter.epfl.ch