The new Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art (left): Architect Farshid Moussavi's first building commissioned in the United States is found in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, OH. This is my hometown and I'm very happy to see so many new projects in this area. At right is more new construction underway.
TS-E 17mm f4L
Critiques | Translate
npecanhuk (78513) 2014-08-16 14:34
Interesting and attractive black & white and architecture picture!
Sharpness, exposure, vertical format, chosen pov and composition really pleased me!
TFS - congrats,
Enjoy your week-end,
PaulVDV (32631) 2014-08-17 2:20
The Museum of Contemporary Art is housed in a very special building. Wonderful architecture!
The lines on the pavement on the foreground are a good complement to the image of the angles and lines of the building.
I like the reflected lights but I wonder how this building looks like on a colour picture.
Best regards, Paul
timecapturer (49288) 2014-08-17 4:25
like this! Architectural imagery at its most interesting and full of impact. B&W makes this work so beautifully too, with enticing lines, reflections and glorious light. Superb!
Enjoy your Sunday - B.
snunney (106465) 2014-08-17 7:57
You have created an interesting graphical image from this ensemble of modern architecture. I like the light and reflections, whilst the sparkling street lamp makes an unusual focal point. Excellent presentation in black and white.
swapankumarroy (2849) 2014-08-17 10:43
A nice vertical view of Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art in USA, good captured and convert the image into black and white very well. Very sharp and well color balance.
with warm regards and thanks for sharing.
jhm (159949) 2014-08-18 5:18
Interesting and attractive black and white and architecture picture.
Almost a 3D picture with the oblique walls.
Lovely perspective and depth picture, also nice panoramic view about these area.
Composition and presentation are pleasant.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice new week,
williewhistler (16492) 2014-08-18 10:32
the interesting architectural features make this a very good subject for your mono treatment,the graphic lines also make good lead into an imaginative composition.
Good luck with the Big Stopper,after a little practise they can be a lot of fun,if a little time consuming!
Best regards Les.