Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday 96 - Mexico City



















Shadows fall on the latest architectural addition to Mexico City's skyline accentuating the sparkling curves and glittering planes of this striking building...



































Want to know what this building is?? Want to see the building in its entirety?? Scroll down to the previous post and all will be revealed!!














In the meantime check out other shadow shots from around the world that constitute the weekly Shadow Shot Sunday...Enjoy!!

16 comments:

Fly Girl said...

Truly edgy architecture, I love that it's for a museum.

Tom Hilton said...

Wow! Great shots, extraordinary building--it reminds me of the EMP in Seattle, in a way.

Ralph said...

This is quite a building! The shade differentiates this from the usual modern glass and steel, defined by sharp angles. The arc adds such an attractive character here. The reptilian-like scales add a lifelike 'skin' to this wavy and beautiful ediface!

LauraX said...

fascinating shadows...wow!

Millie Price said...

i really enjoy wondering around, checking out local architecture. this is a very unique find! it's beautiful!

Miss Becky said...

what a unique building. this is a fabulous shadow shot, and I love that you've provided all the detail about the work that's gone into it. happy SSS!

sue said...

That's positively sensuous!

EG Wow said...

Amazing! The architect has an incredible imagination!

Ms. Burrito said...

So pretty!

My shadows, please come and see.

Kathe W. said...

one word only- WOW! Beautiful shot!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Those are some dizzying shots!


SHADOW SINGER

Of shadows an old man did sing;
He chanted in Guelph and Beijing;
The shade was his friend,
He loved it no end—
It made him feel rich as a king!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Some Shady Mangos

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

That building is indeed an architectural treasure!! Wow.

My Shadow Shot Link:
Purple Daisy in Shadows

Have a glorious Sunday!! Stop by to visit if you can find time. Your company is always welcomed.

Spadoman said...

Great shadow shots, and a great story in the post below about this archetecture.

Peace.

Rajlakshmi said...

the structure looks fascinating...
beautifully captured.

Shadow Shot Sunday

Really Rainey said...

Soft flowing shadows... and the post before about the sculpture too... Love it.
Rainey

frayedattheedge said...

What an amazing building!