This is the famous landmark of Torino, Italy. It was one of the few sunny days during our stay, so I was lucky to get a few shots in the early morning. I thought I'd try a different persepctive of this very beautiful building.
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tigra (2968) 2006-11-17 15:19
I like the angle, you'd chosen for this shot!
It reflects the beauty of the architecture of this building.
noogy (1074) 2007-03-08 18:32
i agree with katia about the good angle of this photo. it shows the intricate details of this splendid architectural structure. i must say you handled the sky very well, you got its blueness maintained while the building itself was very sharp and natural. well done!
Waylim (25502) 2008-03-01 11:50
I like the perspective of this view. It look as if it go up and up, much higher that it really is. Good clarity and sharpness of the building.
fulvio52 (8314) 2008-03-04 7:14
here is where I was born and raised... went to school 300 yards from the Mole Antonelliana...
This is a hell of a good shot, buddy.
Awesome POV and great management of light.
Your effort does full justice to our most famous landmark, therefore : my compliments!
And... thanks for bringing back good memories!
Have a great day, I'll be seeing you around.
davide (1182) 2008-07-09 6:44
beauty PoV of the Mole, and compliments for ytour camera too, can't see no one distortion of lines...!
AKITA (15125) 2008-07-28 19:44
dear Peter Defabio,
this top looks like penetrating the blue sky.
I feel the will of designers and people that longs the heaven...
thank you for your nicw shot from wonderful POV,
bukitgolfb301 (43610) 2008-12-12 11:13
Very good angle and nice perspective.
I guess you used wide focus lens and you succeed with the merit of that angle.
This photo has strong impact.
Best regards and many thanks
alftrek (3270) 2008-12-25 13:21
A powerful statement of the building shot at close up distant upward. I like the display of details under good lighting conditions. I have taken the liberty to clone out part of another building on the top left corner of your framing, and post it in your workshop. Hope its ok.
rikko77 (10861) 2009-03-12 6:50
good POV here, you caught well this over-shot building of Turin, in a very original way.
Have a good day!
Dyerco (10185) 2009-07-19 7:48
Great perspective. We see two sides of this magnificent structure. I think I would have cloned out the top left corner as there is just enough of it to distract the eye.
pattabe (421) 2009-10-30 2:16
This is a very nice Photo, well captured, excellent combination, and beautiful rich of nice colors, great job.
Have a nice weekend.
Regards Freddy (Bangkok)
Angshu (56760) 2010-08-05 22:05
Like this perspective, a very different way to show this famous Torino landmark! The converging perspective works well, dragging our eyes right to the tip. You could have cloned the small part on the top left! Good work!