172 arch


"Washington Square Park" Greenwich Village, NYC (Canon G5, 2005)

Dec 27, 2005

9 comments:

jamie lang said...

nice perspective. i bet the sky was really blue when you took this!

Paul said...

There is some amazing detail in this shot. Well done!

David Kapp said...

I wasn't familiar with this arch, so I decided to check it out on google. This started out as a wooden arch, but was so successful that a marble version was commissioned and completed in 1895. The original wooden version was built to celebrate the Centennial of Washington's inauguration. I love the perspective and intricate details.

Dan said...

Really well exposed, its hard to get the sky aswell as the great detail in the arch. Great photo.

Unless this is two exposures :)

outdoorexposure said...

thanks, david for awesome information:-)

Paul said...

Lovely perspective.

Hope you had a great Xmas.

Rock Kauser said...

This is wonderful! I can feel the sky touching my cheek :)

matt said...

I really like this exposure and composition. You have all the detail in the clouds and the architecture, and I like the crop and amount of sky vs. structure...great balance in both.

BrossanovA said...

I like the framing in this one, and the exposure, of course :)