Posted: 01.07.07 | Categories: [Architecture]  [Israel]  [Tel Aviv]  

This hotel side view (Renaissance Hotel in Tel Aviv) instantly appealed to me for all the squared repetitions. I just imagined the rooms themselves to be similarly shaped inside - small cubes of living space.


f 8
1/160 sec
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LENS : Canon 24-105mm

11 Comments Posted | View

  • I'm not surprised it appealed. The repetition is amazing, especially at the top where there are no chairs.
    milou @ 2007-07-01
  • nice study in repetition.
    Keith De-Lin @ 2007-07-01
  • That's a very hypnotic image. I can't stop staring at it :)
    Lispfoto @ 2007-07-01
  • Great repetition. This would have been even better if you'd had a single person sitting on one of the chairs (on a third). You're going to have to go back and retake it now :P
    Seriously though, good stuff :)
    Jon @ 2007-07-02
  • the repetition is excellent - even doen to the level where the seating layout is identical on every balcony!
    david @ 2007-07-02
  • I like the almost repetitive but not feel to this one. The different orientation of chairs near the windows give it tonnes of depth as well.
    t-photo @ 2007-07-02
  • Love it, although it makes me wonder what the corridors are like joining all these rooms!
    Richard @ 2007-07-02
  • Great use of repeating patterns...great composition! Just love it!
    {H} creatives @ 2007-07-03
  • Love the shot. It makes my eyes go a bit funny!
    I love that there's a load of detail there, in teh repetition, you can look closely and see so much going on.
    Amazing urban abstract. Would grace a magazine, travel brochure, or a wall with pride!
    Dave @ 2007-07-03
  • I love shots of patterns in architecture. Great job!
    Alice @ 2007-07-05
  • Imagine living facing that view! Crazy Man - just Crazy!
    Flo xx @ 2007-07-09

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