A view inside the Harpa.
The waiting time is long. The windows are delicate in shape.
1 May 2017 5:25am
@Jypyä Pop: Unfortunately I have no patience!
Interesting. Google suggests the windows reflect the basalt geology!
1 May 2017 8:05am
@Brockaly: That's correct, Brockaly. It's an interesting building, inside and outside.
bonne lumière, volume architectural bien capté.
1 May 2017 8:11am
@rbassin: Merci :)
an interesting contrast between the minimalist shapes of the interior and the more dynamic glazing bars
1 May 2017 9:06am
@grouser: The interior was black but so much light came in from the windows that it felt light and airy.
Beautiful capture of the light .
1 May 2017 9:44am
@Mhelene: Thank you, Mhelene:)
Tones are really interesting.
1 May 2017 11:44am
@k@: Thanks for visiting :)
An inviting PoV which attracts me toward the light and the view through the glass walls!!
1 May 2017 11:46am
@Steven: Thank you, Shaun.
Excellent look at the inside of the Harpa. What is the building used for Bill ?
1 May 2017 12:18pm
@Shaun: It's a magnificent concert and conference hall. Read more about it here:
I like seeing the windows from another point of view.
1 May 2017 4:42pm
@Ruthiebear: Thank you, Ruthie.
This shot gives this small vessel "Tardis properties".
1 May 2017 6:43pm
@Curly: Ha Ha! I like it :)
I love those windows. They are just so unique.
1 May 2017 9:18pm
@Elaine Hancock: I am posting another one of the windows on Wednesday.
Great composition! Very original image!
1 May 2017 10:50pm
@mauro brando: Thank you, mauro.
2 May 2017 1:31pm
@L'Angevine: Thanks, L'Angevine:)
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