Gasunie Groningen at blue hour

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The Gasunie Building is one of the most famous buildings in Groningen. It was built as a headquarters for Gasunie and was officially opened on 22 April 1994 by Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands. The building has 18 floors and is 89 meters high, which makes it the second tallest building in Groningen after the Martinitoren. It is situated in the south of the city, on the edge of the Stadspark and right next to the main highways. It is also considered one of the most beautiful office buildings in the Netherlands.

The design of the building was developed by Alberts&Van Huut architects bureau and is considered to be a great example of “organic building”.

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Taken at Groningen, The Netherlands.

Natural vs industrial light

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Nieuwjaarsdag was ik bij familie in het Westland. Daar staan veel kassen met assimilatieverlichting. Toen ik dit zag, ben ik snel naar buiten gerend en heb deze foto genomen. Als ik hem terugzie, vind ik het een bijzondere sfeer uitademen.

Sunset above assimilation lighting in horticulture. Taken in a split second, manually without tripod with high ISO. This is just a JPG straight out of the camera, only a bit cropped.

Taken in Maasdijk, Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands.