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Glimpse of the Future

July 23rd, 2010

Taken at the 2010 Shanghai World's Fair. This is a light collector designed to funnel sunshine into buildings.

Canon Digital Rebel XSi (450D), Canon EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM zoom lens.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: antonis7
about 13 years, 12 months ago
As an architect i personally really like this one. Nice detail of the structure
Posted By: Euphytose
about 13 years, 12 months ago
I'm not really into that kind of picture usually, but I like this one.
Posted By: Bozzi
about 13 years, 12 months ago
Voted for this one. Really nice picture. Like the warm color and the light on the structure.
Posted By: eclinton
about 13 years, 12 months ago
Great colors and lighting!

Really unique, good work.
Posted By: virginie24jb
about 13 years, 12 months ago
I voted for this one a few minutes ago. That was fast ! :)
Posted By: jrm125
about 13 years, 12 months ago
I really like the lighting on this one, thank you submitter.

How do you like that 28 - 135 lens? I was considering it myself.
Posted By: atosk89
about 13 years, 12 months ago
nicely done...everyone at the office loves this
Posted By: Tophmeister
about 13 years, 12 months ago
Wow very nice! Reminds me of some of the Windows 7 defaults.
Posted By: nicbet
about 13 years, 12 months ago
Very clear picture of an intriguing subject! Well executed and one of my fav. architecture shots on interfacelift! Thanks!
Posted By: Neocane
about 13 years, 12 months ago
Great angle on a unique structure!
Posted By: IndigoAK
about 13 years, 12 months ago
If anybody is interested in the actual technology used in the structure displayed in the image, I believe this is a form of what's known as a parabolic reflector.


I could be wrong though.
Posted By: shalom24
about 13 years, 12 months ago
Neat Picture! Great angle of composition, really helps add interest; I think it keeps the eyes moving in a nice manner.

In regards to jrm125's comment: I may not be the author of this picture, but I can tell you that I personally love my 28-135mm lens. Structurally it may not be 'L-lens' quality (then again, it sure isn't L-glass price either); but I really like how it preforms pictorially. Tac auto-focus, clean from corner to corner, and a nice zoom range for a crop sensor. With the combination of my 20D and this lens, it handles most all shooting environments (with the exception of low-light; just doesn't push too well, but that's the price of a zoom..). Anyhow, I am very glad I purchased it; I believe you'd probably be happy with it too. Out of curiosity though, what environments do you plan on shooting in?

Back on track, wonderful photo Daniel. Thanks for your submission. It deserves its place here.

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