The topic for this week’s weekly photo challenge is Angular – what it means to you and to shoot an image from your perspective i.e. from any angle above, below etc. To the author it meant “Repeating patterns that once seemed boring aligned to form another shape with more depth”.
My inspiration for this topic was the Shanghai Tower in the Pudong area of Shanghai. This is an under construction tower and the tallest amongst its famous neighbors – the Jin Mao and the Shanghai World Financial Centre. Upon completion this is expected to be the tallest building in China and second tallest building in the world (second only to the Burj Khalifa in Dubai). The tower takes the form of nine cylindrical buildings stacked atop each other, all enclosed by the inner layer of the glass façade. These layers seem to twist as they rise. In the day this building looks like this –
But I saw this building at night and clicked this pic from below i.e. the base of the building. This angle somehow gives an illusion that the top of the building is lost in the clouds and the multi colored lit up twists create a unique spiral design. So my interpretation is “Twists to a building and Multicolored Lights, infuse life into just another architectural masterpiece”.
And I cant wait to check out the interiors of this building someday 🙂
For more interpretations on this topic, check out this link here.