I decided to take advantage of what probably is the last days of snowy winter here in Berlin and picked up the +Sony A7r for some architecture and landscape shots. Along the unplanned path, one could spot this peculiar building, with its quite unique roof. Concrete, glass and steel were the materials that the Pritzker laureate architect chose for this construction, crowned by a red, shell shaped prominent roof. Of course, red colours at blue hour just beg for a picture, so after setting up the canon tilt-shift lens at the right position, I took the 5 brackets necessary to compose the photo above. Still positively impressed with the performance of the Metabones adapter, which at almost full shift didn’t show any signs of noticeable vignetting. Post-processing was done in photoshop.