A lovely evening sky and well worth the shot however I am wondering whether the shot is level (after looking at the statue?)
Your image in the gallery didn't draw my attention; it was only as I flipped through each image by page did I realise how good this shot is when it was enlarged on my monitor.
The surreal look really bring life and movement to a busy Times Square and reflects NY life (for me).
Great shot and would appreciate if you had commented in your notes on how you managed to make this image.
Hi Lila and welcome to TL
A very interesting image that works well in your B&W conversion.
There are a number of distractions for me though... The frame is too heavy and perhaps the black should be a grey tone picked out of the image and semi-opaque. Secondly, I think the image would work better if the houses were a little lower to centralise the symmetrical shapes in the image - maybe crop some of the water to even the symmetry and make the image look more like a wider shot?
Keep up the good work.
Thanks for sharing.
A nice geometrical image that contains much detail of the workmanship put into building a beautiful structure.
This photo brings memories of my childhood when my blond hair was so long that I could sit on it. Thank you for this moment of nostalgia. Practicality now rules and my hair is much shorter.
The ripples are caused by braiding hair while it is wet. The older girl had one braid down her back, the younger had two braids nicknamed pigtails.
The technical work of desaturation and the flashing red poppies are very good.
Great composition and POV and especially the deep depth
It is like the arrow that "vole et ne vole pas"
C'est magique, c'est beau.
脟脿 me fait rever et songer.
Quel plaisir de voir tes cr茅ations, je n'ai pas toujours l'occasion de les commenter mais je les regarde toujours avec curiosit茅 et plaisir.
Je m'arr锚te sur celle-ci qui me parle plus particuli猫rement, une fleur fan茅e, cass茅e, isol茅e ... m'interroge et m'inspire.
J'aime cette composition 茅tonnante, surprenante, le choix des teintes, l'harmonie est agr茅able selon moi.
La lecture de cette image questionne.J'aime l'approche.
"Voir c'est savoir ..."Alfred De Musset
Mais que sais-je ?
Et pour conclure, promis ensuite j'arr锚te avec les citations :-)
Cette r茅alisation illustre bien "Je est un autre" - d'Arthur Rimbaud
Cette oeuvre vit d'elle m锚me.
Bravo et merci pour le partage.