These pictures of Birmingham show what you get when you combine stunning sunrise light with one of the highest points in the city centre.
I gained permission from the management company at Bank House on Cherry Street for special access to take photographs from the roof of the skyscraper.
The photography shoot was on behalf of Colmore BID and images for its annual report (we provide PR and design services for the BID, in addition to producing Colmore Life magazine). Look out for the document and you’ll see how one of the skyline images takes out three pages in tri-fold format, with text overlaying the blue sky.
The panoramic viewpoint also gave stunning views of the wider Colmore Business District, Birmingham Cathedral and the awesome 103 Colmore Row tower as construction continues on what will be the city’s tallest building.
With it being such a clear winter morning, I could see the Rotunda and Digbeth to the south and the Library of Birmingham and Brindleyplace to the west.
Thanks to Bank House front-of-house and management teams for their help.