In September I was on holiday in France for 2 weeks on the way back I made a detour to photograph the train station in Liège, Belgium. Liège Guillemins as it is called was opened in 2009 and is designed by the famous Spanish architect Santigo Calatrava.
Liège Guillemins train station
In the evening we arrived in Liège the sun had already set but I still managed to take some pictures. The next morning the weather was overcast not what I hoped for, but I still spend a few hours taking pictures inside making use of the soft light. Two days later the forecast was better so I went back very early before sunrise and had a perfect blue sky. The roof creates great shadow patterns and scatters the light making the place really bright.
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I have added a landscape gallery to the site with a selection of images from England, Scotland, the Netherlands, Norway and Italy.
This first image is from Scotland in late November. On the way back from the famous parallel roads of Glen Roy we came past this large tree with the Nevis range in the background.
Nevis Range seen from the Parallel roads, Glen Roy, Scotland
I stopped the car on the single track road (there is no traffic anyway as it is a dead end mountain road on a late November evening) and a 10 second exposure with an aperture of f/9.0 at ISO 100 gave me the perfect movement of the clouds over the Nevis range Continue reading