I find this image oddly appealing. While some might think it busy or untidy, I like how the building looms large in the background – its outer lines converging to an eventual point – and how it takes all the brightness the Sun can manifest to overcome the interference of the grid of this Calgary shopping plaza’s skylight roof.
A little trivia for you: each of those glass roof panels is worth about $40,000. They are specially reinforced to resist falling objects, primarily because Calgary occasionally sees such large hail in some of its thunderstorms. Not your average skylight, hmm? This is just a small section of the roof, which is two city blocks long.