271 sunlight


"Financial District" from Brooklyn Bridge, NYC (Canon A60, 2006)

May 4, 2006

24 comments:

bruno said...

so nice dude, love that sunshine. :))

Azhar said...

Beautiful!I love that glare it came out so perfectly!Beautifulk gleams everywhere - trhis shot is just plain stunning and so perfect.GREAT GREAT SHOT!

S. Crypt said...

At first glance, it looks more like one of those abstract and classic paintings. Nice shot as always!

Tom said...

I like the sunshine and reflactions of this image

burbujavirtual said...

ohhhhhh


sorpresas tras sorpresas

thanks

micki said...

Great play with the sun and flares! Another fantastic work of art!

clarence said...

Good job of capturing the sun in the frame!

Dave said...

Fantastic! Comp., light, and great subject. If I didn't comment on yesterday's, that's an awesome shot too.

sebastian said...

great picture! this blur is good and the b/w and lighting effect is great

àsìkò said...

a very nice shot

Ana said...

love this because of the sun and flares. Love the perspective of those buildings, too!

Paul said...

Great lens flare!

Suby said...

Lovely, was the lens glare intentional?
Suby

Gary said...

very atmospheric with the lens flare

Ashish Sidapara said...

Nice shot, the flare works well in this shot!

Nicola said...

Interesting perspective and nice lens flares!

Keith said...

This is one of thse occaisions that flare adds to the strength of the image.

deji77 said...

love the composition and love the lens flare. is that wet concrete?

jlbussey said...

Great flare! Works well with the buildings.

Sidney said...

The unusual perspective makes this an interesting picture. I am not a fan of the flare but I like the reflection of the sun.

Jens said...

That´s the way....oho oho....I like it...oho oho....Stunning light and an excellent photo :)

Jide Alakija said...

One of your best images yet!!!

Legabal said...

Fantastic flare.A long walk for the humanity, a look to see the Sun and the fog of the hope, across the buildings, a ring light to go always put in the memory.

bkphotography said...

Oh yes! Brilliantly executed and wonderfully exposed. Very dreamy and such a soft light. Congratulations!