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8th June 2011
view from heaven
i took this shot almost five months ago, but forgot about getting around to processing it until now. it was back when i was in buenos aires and is a hdr stitch of five photos. i took it from the top of palacio baralo which is a 100 metre high building in the centre of the city. it's a working building, full of offices, but i took a tour around and found it really interesting. the architect based the design on the divine comedy, and divided it into three sections: hell, purgatory and heaven. there are references to this, and other elements of dante's tome, dotted all around the building which made it more than just an awesome spot to get a view of the city. having said that, it was still an awesome spot to get a view of the city.

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Can't help looking at it...
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08/06/2011
view from heaven
i took this shot almost five months ago, but forgot about getting around to processing it until now. it was back when i was in buenos aires and is a hdr stitch of five photos. i took it from the top of palacio baralo which is a 100 metre high building in the centre of the city. it's a working building, full of offices, but i took a tour around and found it really interesting. the architect based the design on the divine comedy, and divided it into three sections: hell, purgatory and heaven. there are references to this, and other elements of dante's tome, dotted all around the building which made it more than just an awesome spot to get a view of the city. having said that, it was still an awesome spot to get a view of the city.

here's a bigger, higher resolution version