02 June 2010

Wordless Wednesday 80

New York City Morning


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26 comments:

auntie-c 6/2/10, 12:14 AM  

well done shot with great lines.

catsynth 6/2/10, 1:09 AM  

I love the way the lines of the buildings frame one another. Well done.

Sandy Nawrot 6/2/10, 6:13 AM  

I love how you framed that building. Nice!

JoAnn 6/2/10, 6:15 AM  

This is a great shot!

cassandrajade 6/2/10, 6:25 AM  

Normally I don't like pictures of buildings and cities but you've done a superb job here. This looks amazing.

Beth Hoffman 6/2/10, 6:34 AM  

Your photograph is stunning. Love it!

caite 6/2/10, 6:36 AM  

very nice! and what a co-inky-dink, mine is of NYC too, except I was not actually in NYC recently.

Sandra Collins 6/2/10, 6:48 AM  

incredible perspective also love all the different reflections

4 Lettre Words 6/2/10, 7:03 AM  

Love the angle! Great capture.

Eleanor 6/2/10, 7:43 AM  

I don't usually like cityscapes, but this is a neat shot of a most interesting structure!

Tea 6/2/10, 7:52 AM  

What a gorgeous photo, just fabulous.

Beth 6/2/10, 8:03 AM  

I really like all of the different lines in the shot. Thanks for sharing, and hope you had a great time at BEA!

Molly 6/2/10, 8:35 AM  

and THAT is why I reviewd the book I did today: How to See Creatively.

This is just beautiful - but it is a shot that I would have surely missed because I never look 'up' with the camera.

Fantastic!!

K. Harrington 6/2/10, 9:09 AM  

Terrific composition! Makes one feel very small (in a good way).

Heather 6/2/10, 9:19 AM  

Great composition! It looks lovely.

Susan Adcox 6/2/10, 10:07 AM  

This shot has it all--great angles, nice reflections, foreground interest, background interest, even an M for mystery. A home run!

Carver 6/2/10, 10:41 AM  

Great city shot. The framing is very interesting.

SuziQoregon 6/2/10, 11:01 AM  

Nice!! Lots of interesting geometry in this one.

Margot at Joyfully Retired 6/2/10, 12:55 PM  

This is a beautiful shot in so many ways. I love all the angles.

The Bumbles 6/2/10, 8:59 PM  

Very cool how it turned out with that bridge or girder or whatever that is in the top left corner mirroring the shape of your building subject. Curves offsetting hard corners and straight lines are always appealing to me.

Alexia561 6/3/10, 9:39 AM  

Great shot! Love how you framed it!

Dawn @ sheIsTooFondOfBooks 6/3/10, 5:45 PM  

Great photo; the colors and lines are so sharp! I've got to upgrade my little pocket digital - it's good for quick shots, but I didn't get all these beautiful details.

bermudaonion 6/4/10, 11:02 AM  

I can't wait to go back!

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