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Gmex's Pictures

View Across
View Across (Nisis DV5)

More archive pictures since the weather is bad and I'm not hoping for any good pictures. Here's a pictures over Manchester from the Hilton Hotel from the 30ish floor (i think it's the 30ish I might be wrong) if I am wrong then I am definate that it's from the Exec Lounge looking over GMEX with the Midland just overshadowed by the GMES on the left and the Bridgewater Hall on the right. In the middle you have the picture of Glass and Steel that I took in March the year before.

0 comments have been left00:10 21 Jul 2007Tags: manchester gmex hotel hilton
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Manchester from the 23rd
Manchester from the 23rd (Nisis DV5)

A picture from the Executive Lounge on the 23rd floor of the Hilton hotel in Manchester. A bit of a misty day in some respects. Off in the distance you can see the Town Hall, the Midland Hotel and the Raddison. In the foreground there's GMEX and in the middle you can actually see into the top of the Library, though it's not very clear on this photo. The picture doesn't do the view justice, but it's weirdly not that frightening being so high up. Since everything looks so far away it's almost impossible to comprehend which is good. There were a few moments I felt uncomfortable but on the whole it was quite interesting. It's a pity we didn't go back up to the Longe when it was dark, it would have been interesting but there was a Jacuzzi to try, a TV in the bathroom to play with and a mini bar to raid and I didn't want to spread myself too thin..

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GMEX Bridge
GMEX Bridge (Sony Ericsson K700i)

This is the bridge between Deansgate Station a GMEX. I thought that the symetry of the loops looked interesting. Whilst it's in many ways a pretty ugly bridge the symetry made it all seem a little better... I think.

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