383 totem pole


Lower Manhattan, New York City | Canon A60, 2006

Oct 24, 2006

16 comments:

jlbussey said...

Great angle on this shot.

photowannabe said...

Interesting. I would never expect to find a totem pole in Lower Manhatten.

micki said...

Yep, that's the face I would have if all my brothers were sitting on my head too. Thanks for the smile today!

dave said...

A reminder that this used to place once belonged to the native peoples.

Maaya said...

Really like how you have captured the texture...Nice perspective!

Wingnut said...

a really nice shot, the hot spot on the wall in the background is a bit of a distraction, but I love this guy in the middle of the city, way cool!

Ashish Sidapara said...

Still laughing at Micki's comment, great shot!!

Doug said...

Nice picture. I like how the alignment between the totem pole and the building gives the illusion that the totem pole is huge.

photo-effe said...

very impressive totem, as usual a great picture

Karl said...

really nice shot, looks so platic and the contrast between the skyscrapers and thw wooden totem pole is great.

Paul said...

Great contrast against the tall skyscraper. Not the sort of place you expect to see a totem pole!

Ferdz said...

I like the contrast of design of ethnic against the modern background. And great angle as well

Joe said...

Very unusual to see a totem pole in NYC, I really like the comp and perspective. The pattern of unlight on the building in the rear really looks sweet

Dave MacIntyre said...

Beautiful! I love the details and textures in the wood.

backpack_everyday said...

Thats interesting.....

anton said...

I like this - great texture on the wood. Nice composition