Taken from a church tower overlooking the main square
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adam (860) 2002-10-21 20:59
Interesting angle. I like how you captured the railing design and the old city below.
mdchachi (1617) 2002-10-21 23:08
I feel the height with this through-the-railing perspective more so than I would with a typical shot looking down. The wrought iron rail has a pleasing design and the clean lines and colors of the city add to the shot.
angus (26) 2002-11-18 4:45
I like this image - not sure what I like about it but I do - well done. www.amforbes.co.uk
BobTrips (1857) 2002-11-22 13:54
In addition to the height captured in this shot I love the randomly arranged geometric patterns.
ronners (10) 2002-12-29 21:28
Nice shot. In a case like this you might also consider bracketing or spot metering on one of the buildings because the white one's a bit blown out. Bracketing would be best because you'd then have a choice later.
vertikulanda (108) 2003-11-21 2:29
such a tasty decorative shot!
cgrindahl (6113) 2004-05-05 13:12
The creative act in this photo was the decision to include the elaborately designed railing in the frame. The assorted colors, the varied surface planes of roofs and facades and the shadows captured below become much more interesting when viewed through the dark pattern of this very unusual railing. Excellent composition and capture. Thanks for sharing.
- Copyright: Nina Ludwig (Nina) (4910)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2002-06-00
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Sony S70 (retired)
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Fences and barriers, Vertigo [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2002-10-21 15:50