11/7/08

Skywatch Friday

I was very struck by this beautiful modern new museum in Cheyenne, Oklahoma and then I looked up and saw this angle against the stunning blue sky.

The angle you see above, is the metal frame dividing the two levels of windows, overlooking the Washita battlefield. I also thought it was interesting that shooting it from the opposite angle, changed the colour of the sky when I reviewed the pictures!


If you'd like to join in, go to the Skywatch site.

29 comments:

leslie said...

Great shot - love the angles! :D

Tabib said...

I love this pictures!
Very simple and elegant and good for architecture study too.

Happy SW Friday!

Laura ~Peach~ said...

cool photos Strange I noticed the color difference in my photos today and they were taken within a few seconds of each other.
I just turned a bit to the left.
Happy SWF!

Connie said...

Nice building and nice sky.

Pearl Maple said...

Interesting building shape, architecture can add so much to your local community when done right. Thanks for sharing with us all for Sky Watch Friday.

FickleMinded said...

lovely shot!!

Migs CFL fan said...

Great shot of a very interesting building. Thanks for sharing!

Cheers!
Regina In Pictures

Sandradb said...

Very original sky impression! I really like it. Bye and greetings from Croatia

Greyscale Territory said...

Very interesting shots using building anglews!

indicaspecies said...

Nice shots for SWF, and yes, two different shades of blue.

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Mckay K said...

Interesting angles on your shots.

Erin said...

like the stark angles in the photo.
nice shot.

Dewdrop said...

Very interesting structure. Beautiful blue skies!

reluctantfarmchik said...

Very cool perspective - the architecture is interesting. Thanks for sharing it - and the blue sky! Very nice.

Its Just Me - Daring to Dream said...

I LOVE Modern architecture! That's pretty cool! Thanks for sharing!

AphotoAday said...

Interesting structure... And yeah, the sky does all sort of different and amazing things at different angles...

Louise said...

Nice captures! I love the angles.

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Nice SWF shots, Brit Gal! Interesting building.

Kay said...

This is really cool! Great shot Sarah.

Jan said...

Sarah, I've frequently noted the same difference in the sky, that a slight change of perspective will bring. I really like your photos, today.

Rob (Inukshuk Adventure) said...

Interesting building and great photos. It's all about light refraction innit?

Daryl said...

Wonderful angles, Sarah

:-Daryl

Gayle said...

Very interesting building you captured with the sky!

fishing guy said...

Sarah: Neat captures of a neat shapes into the sky.

Enigma said...

Great shot...LOVE the angles. Wonderful composition. A super contribution this week, Miss Brit!

Mary said...

Love all the shadows on the building in the first shot -- lots of interesting angles. and, of course, a beautiful blue sky! Happy SWF. :)

chrome3d said...

That was some fun looking museum. Good details.

Wren said...

Interesting building - I wouldn't have thought to look for modern architecture in Oklahoma (my loss). and you're right about how the angle and presumably the light changes the perceived color of the sky.

great skywatch!

sultan said...

thnks