Following my trip to Cardiff Bay earlier in the week, I’ve got a couple more photos I’d like to share in a quick post.
As I mentioned in my previous post about the trip I took a specific lens with me that allowed me to capture some of the more interesting architectural details Cardiff Bay has to offer that sometimes get overlooked.
Given it was the first sunny day we’d had over Christmas it was a good opportunity to get out and about and take some photos.
Cardiff Bay Clock
The Pierhead building is an iconic building that makes an appearance each evening on the Welsh national news, but it’s also really photogenic and has some really nice details highlighted by the red brick used in its construction. You can view a larger version of the image either by clicking on it or over on my flickr page.
The atradius building in Cardiff Bay is an interesting looking building with it’s sharp angles and dominant size. The roof in particular has some great details and juts out like the sail of a ship, in keeping with the nautical roots of Cardiff Bay I assume.
I wanted to focus on the details of the roof and the sharp angles I mentioned. I’m really pleased with the photo as it has captured both of those and retained the shadows and highlighted areas and the lovely blue sky of the day. View a larger copy of the image on flickr by clicking on it or head to my flickr page.
There’s a couple of photos left from this trip which I’ll share in one final post. Till then, thanks for reading.