For a long time, I haven't seen the sun here in the tricity; that's the drawback of autumn...White sky, clouds everywhere and filthy weather. This year, it's pretty rare to catch the good moments, when the sun is shining through the golden leaves, in combination with moist, fresh air with small breezes of harvest. But now, this wish still has to be unfulfilled, since the weather doesn't bless us with sun, but still I keep hoping.
Due to bad weather conditions, I decided to stay active and practice architecture shots again. It has been a while since my last architecture shots. Then a thought popped up in my mind that Gdansk has a very new and modern museum. I haven't been there yet, so I instantly knew where I have to go. After 15 minutes of walking around (but I was not the only one) I lost the hope to find the entrance and everybody gave me inconsistent direction advices, until I finally found the entrance.
After having entered the lobby successfully, I was quite amazed by the modern architecture, due to the spaciousness and contrasty elements of pipes, metal, glass, stone and plants.
To be honest, I didn't take a look on the exhibition itself; moreover I spent one and a half hour exploring the place with my camera. Consequently, I can't tell you anything about it, just that the exhibition itself is much smaller than I expected. So I'm not sure, if it's worth to pay entrance for it. Furthermore after 90 minutes the security chucked me out, because I used a tripod (I didn't know that it is forbidden and they couldn't tell me the reason for it neither). Whatever, here are the final results of my exploration!
My favourite shots are in the beginning of the post, do you also like them or which pictures are your favourites?