March 25, 2017 by ChrisJamesAuthor
Yesterday, I took my camera into work in the hope of taking a few of those artsy night-time shots the professionals do so well. But, like the ham-fisted amateur I am, I forgot that shooting from a glass building at night is going to be problematic because the glass will reflect all the light that you don’t want it to reflect, and when you’re a few hundred metres up in the air, one decent gust of wind outside is going to cause the building you’re in to move a few centimetres and screw up your two-point-five second exposure. Anyhow, I managed to get a few passable shots, so this is how downtown Warsaw looks of an evening. All images were taken from the Rondo ONZ 1 office building.
Aleja Jana Pawla II at the junction with Aleja Jerozolimskie, looking south
Aleja Jana Pawla II at the junction with Grzybowska, looking north
Swietokrzyska at the junction with Emilii Plater
Swietokrzyska at the junction with Marszalkowska