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ikeharel (76251) 2010-03-12 0:49
Another nice take on low cloude on a High-rise buildings.
I'd tend to see you crop both cars on lower part.
Buin (42502) 2010-03-12 1:36
Yes, this isn't a pleasing sight of this "concrete jungle". No place to live, to feel good. A truly atmospheric photo - and nearly a bit mysterious. A worth-seeing picture...
Greetings from still cold Germany!
Fante (5429) 2010-03-12 2:38
appropriate title, but photo is anyway lovely. I realy like your way of art expression. Good idea and composition. TFS.
Have a nice weekend.
Silvio1953 (150405) 2010-03-12 12:22
Ciao Akihisa, beautiful urban view with skyscrapers in the clouds, wonderful soft colors, like a B&W, good for me cars in lower part, very well done my friend, have a good week end, ciao Silvio
akm (1216) 2010-03-12 14:44
Clouds over Tokyo in more ways than one? Although you photographed Mitsubishi rather than Toyota eight years ago, this image seems relevant to today. For me, it also says a lot about growth and speed. Apart from that, I like the range of monotones punctuated by the red of the cranes and traffic cones. Have a very good weekend,
yeln (11516) 2010-03-13 2:23
beautiful look at very interesting buildings.
pov and sharpness are realy good
Mist adds to such a photo.
Disabled_A (0) 2010-03-13 12:10
it seemed to me that I've seen some similar-looking photos in your gallery.. with a similar mood.. but maybe I am mistaken.
In any case, I like a special mood of this scene. It looks sort of "metallic" because of the colours.. one more step forward - and we will get into an unknown, different world!
have a good Sunday!
iainsp (3244) 2010-10-27 7:58
You have a justifiably high reputation on TE for your pastoral work - but this photo shows your versatility as a photographer. It took me a while to realise it was not a B&W treatment - so well do you manage the colours to complement the mood you want to give the shot.
The buildings disappearing in to the mist are a great touch - and in terms of enhancing your mood - the cars seem ampty even of drivers and the few people in the frame are seperate, alone.
A great work, thanks, Iain