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Old Aug 22, 2011, 5:18 AM   #1
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Default The Tyne, Lindisfarne Country

Took this a week past Saturday at the 'Tyne Bridge festival.' It was a rainy day so no bright colours,lol.
The big glass building is the new 'Sage' which holds lots of events especially music events.
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Nice shot Eysha. That is a neat looking building, bet it is nice on the inside.

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Thanks, it is big and spacious and very modern inside with amazing acoustics as it is mainly a music place for concerts and to learn music/instruments too.
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Good shot Eysha, I like the composition and the futuristic architecture.
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I like this shot eysha. I like the way buildings are being reflected off the glass building, reminds me of a huge droplet of water! Would like to see a closeup of that building, the next time you are out that way.
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Thanks Catalex54, it is futuristic isn't it,lol. never thought of it that way.
Saly i had this so see what you think. Taken the same day, rainy but not too bad. You can see inside of the Sage a bit.
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Very cool, eysha. Now it looks like a huge caterpillar!
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lol, it is very reflective as you see and is good for photos.
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Looks an interesting place Eysha, good exposures of the 'sage'
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Really good shots, love No.1 for the touches of colour and the reflections, well captured.
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