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Daily Photo: The Kelvingrove - Glasgow, Scotland
This is the front entrance to The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, Scotland. It's a wonderful museum and as you can plainly see, it's freaking huge. Being a fan of architecture, I shot the outside a lot, until the rain started, and then I went inside to explore. It's well worth your time if you are in Glasgow - whether you have a camera or not. There's a lot to see here!
For processing, I opted to go with a little higher contrast and make it a little darker and more moody. As I said, it was raining and it just fits the photo in my opinion. Plus "dark and moody" is a good way to describe the weather that day!
Technicals: D40x, 7 exposures, f/13, Sigma 18-200 zoom lens (at 22mm)
Software: Photomatix, Color Efex Pro, Aperture