This photo directly got my attention. You know some photos are just boring, other ones are simple and you get the message with a quick look. This one is complex and you need a moment to sort the geometry out, but the sharpness and vibrance of the colors keep you focused. I felt like a litte child inspecting a new toy, my eyes kept wandering from side to side. The reflections in the windows are nicely caught and add a kind of unreal atmosphere.
The only minor thing that annoys me, is the little barrell distortion (especially on the right side).
A wonderful collection of geometry colors and light. The reflections are surreal and the overall perception of this piece is not one of a photograph but one of fractal art... it takes a second look to discern that this is indeed a photo and not computer generated. The flow of the image keeps your focus moving with many points of interest, very well balanced indeed. That being said I feel the clouds in the sky seem to take away some of the surrealism of the photo similar to how adding clouds add to the realism of fractal art. Well done
Le Corbusier: “Architecture is the learned game, correct and magnificent, of forms assembled in the light.” You have revealed both the definition of photography and architecture in one shot. That's crazy!!!