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"Brooklyn Heights" and Lower Manhattan skyline, NYC. (Canon G5, 2006)
check out color version and warehouse rooftop photo.

Apr 9, 2006

44 comments:

clarence said...

I like the color version better, baybe the monochrome needs more contrast. Cool shots.

jlbussey said...

Now the uselessness of comment becomes apparent, because I think the B&W is better! What's a photographer to do? :)

wisconsin pics said...

very nice looks great show great depth

Gary said...

cool shot, also like that little dash of red in the color version

ymir said...

i like the conposition irregardless of the color..

Dan said...

great composition, I like the colour version too. it works both ways.

lino said...

nice! from the texture of the clouds, the tall building structure as a background and the warehouse... :)

Azhar said...

Whoa Whoa Whoa that image is classy :) the grays are so detailed and so much variation and those clouds make it really an awesome photo I love it.

bruno said...

man...you taking pictures of places i want to visit. so great, this is really cheep travel :))
the reason why want to visit "Brooklyn Heights" is cause it about that place in one episode of "Friends". love that shot. so keep shoting there. i love it :)))

micki said...

The skyline in this shot is so powerful! Beautiful!

Fantom Poet said...

This is a powerfull shot with almost a timeless 'Art Deco' feel about it. Works so much better in B & W ...Nice One

Nicola said...

Wow, great skyline shot with the warehouse in the foreground!

Paul said...

I love the depth you always get in your images. Wonderful.

Goncolo said...

A nice picture from NYC.. do you take b this from the train? I like the views from the Train line number 7 in Queens too.
I'm glad to found your blog. I'll be right back

Legabal said...

Awesome perspective.Perfect.

suresh said...

Simply superb shot. Excellent composition.

Ash said...

Magnificient!

S. crypt said...

superb. just superb!

壁虎 said...

Among all 3 photos in this post, the presented was the best! Awesome shot!

Still said...

Huge roofs and splendid light as tour habits. The color version is nice too...

John said...

Like the contrast of the buildings

Adam Lee Dalziel said...

wow thats amazing - wow - its all i can say - jesus - i;m lost for words -

Dia said...

Whoa, truly amazing!! :)

Dave said...

Paul was dead on--the depth is something you finesse perfectly. The view extends forever.

david said...

like the height/angle this was taken from - really effective and give a nice wide view ;)

neil said...

Like this one pt. I tried to check out the colour version but the link didn't work when i tried it. Great view back across Manhattan. Looks like early morning, but not sure.
Best wishes
Neil

àsìkò said...

very very nice. i'm sure u've told me this before, how are U processing? are u using black and white film?

Ashish Sidapara said...

Beautiful!

Brent Vermilyea said...

This is just another great shot from you. I like the amount of sky you chose to include as it makes the scene even that more dramatic. Tones on the foreground elements look very strong. Regards, Brent

sebastian said...

great picture! I think the b/w version is much better!

good work

Dustin said...

They just keep getting better and better!!! How the hell do you do it?!

samcam said...

WOW! WOW! Just awesome!

Jide Alakija said...

The tones in your shot really get me...I love them so much. How'd you do it?

Bethany said...

What a perfectly framed shot! Very impressive! The clouds really add a lot....

bcw said...

Oh wow! Amazing tones and what a lovely background!

Ana said...

I really like the b/w and the way the roof leads to the city. great lines!

Apples said...

Awesome! I feel like I'm watching a movie...

Lord Vader said...

Lovely lovely shot. Works perfectly well in monochrome. Good eyes someone has here :)

Suby

Dominic. said...

The colour version's pretty cool as well.

bruno said...

hay man where are you, miss your photos!! :)

anoop said...

amazing composition....incredible detail.

KPK said...

Great photo. Color version looks great, too, but I prefer the b/w version.

BrossanovA said...

I prefer the b/w version too. The buildings in the background make the warehouse look like being tiny, jej.

Matt said...

I love love love this in B&W! There's just such a sense of scale to it. A fantastic cityscape.