The Glass Museum in Tacoma has been built in an older area of Tacoma that is dominated by railway tracks and old warehouses. This image is taken from the same pedestrian walkway bridge as the previous picture looking off to the south. I loved the contrast of the modern curving stainless steel with the old square brick warehouse. And yet our past has something to tell us about our present as the modern building is reflected in the windows of the old building. The contrast of the steel-blue reflections with the red brick wall increases visual interest and moves the eye around the frame. I processed this with Nik HDR to bring out the texture and colour of the brick. The problem that I see with this photo is that I blew out the highlights in the middle of the sky.