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A series of images of the newly constructed head office of AFAS Software at Leusden/The Netherlands. Obviously there's money in selling software!

The installation art in front of the building is called "You are the World" and is made by Lorenzo Quinn (a son of the famous actor Anthony Quinn).

 

Olympus E-M10II + Olympus 12-40mm f2.8

 

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A series of images of the newly constructed head office of AFAS Software at Leusden/The Netherlands. Obviously there's money in selling software! The installation art in front of the building is

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Hugh_3170

A very interesting building Luc which you have well captured on a great day.

 

Agree with you Dallas - things have started to get well beyond a fair return on effort.

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10 hours ago, Hugh_3170 said:

A very interesting building Luc which you have well captured on a great day.

 

Thanks Hugh. It is an interesting building, although a bit over the top imo. The images posted were shot on three different days in a period of two months, so I had to take care the weather conditions were as similar as possible. I like challenges like that 😉

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crowecg

An interesting selection of architecture.  I did zoom in on no. 2 to see if I could spot you in the reflection.t

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