Still going ahead reflections. Two more will follow.
Seen from my Hotel window ; reflections of the famous Queensboro Bridge of New York on the glassfascade of a skyscraper.
Yansımalar'a devam. Bundan sonra iki yansıma daha gelecek.
Otel penceremden ve de camın arkasından çektim bu görüntüyü.
Civardaki bir gökdelenin cam cephesinde, New York'un ünlü Queensboro köprüsünün yansımaları.
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krzychu30 (15442) 2013-10-13 0:52
It looks like an abstract painting Mesut!
A real pleasure for our eyes and mind to discover this scene.It´s definitely an original and new look at N.Y.
Well observed and executed composition with really strong visual effect!
Have a nice sunday
lousat (75049) 2013-10-13 0:54
Hi Mesut,a very big facade for a very big reflections,looks like an abstract peinture,very well done whit bright details and rich colors,a lot of things to see...i like it!! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,LUCIANO
FYZRMZ (1034) 2013-10-13 1:11
Binalardaki sehir yansimalari ayri seviyorum.
Cam kafeslerden hos bir fotograf.
Tebrikler & selamlar
carlo62 (30583) 2013-10-13 1:42
una facciata molto grande, un monitor gigante che trasmette la vita di cui è circondato.
Un riflesso bello e suggestivo.
jacquest (18493) 2013-10-13 4:39
I like reflections of all kinds but you have a very special one here and you caught it very well with the blue of the sky dominating. The windows of the building create a graphic effect in which the bridge breaks itself in an abstract feature.
UlfE (14641) 2013-10-13 8:06
Excellent reflection photo. It must have been irresistable to take a photo of it. Pefect sharpness and detail. TFS and have a nice evening!
adramad (36959) 2013-10-13 11:21
A magnificent composition with these reflections as original, the facade is like a puzzle where you have to look to fit each piece.
Magnificent lighting and sharpness in a nice colorful image.
Have a good Sunday night.
Schnappilic (9690) 2013-10-13 11:37
Nice idea with this kind of subject. The result is interesting. Well done!
williewhistler (13541) 2013-10-13 12:38
the reflective quality of the many windows of the skyscraper has mirrored many of the various interesting features of the Bridge,each one different.
Very well spotted and expertly presented.
nikkitta (14354) 2013-10-13 18:51
At first view is difficult to see the bridge but it appears and well reflected in the glass building
What I like the more are the views inside the rooms, some lamps, some furniture
Greetings and congrats
jjcordier (75174) 2013-10-13 22:49
Beaux reflets bleutés que tu as très bien mis en image dans ce format carré.
ikeharel (55332) 2013-10-14 6:03
Good evening Mesut,
Nice series of your NYC reflections, this one is an amazing one.
The perfect daylight gave a nice mirror when the distorted element still show part of the bridge.
Good clarity, and nicely employed all of pic. space.
Guzel. (hope spelled correcttly).
holmertz (39529) 2013-10-14 9:58
I'm glad you tell us we are looking at a bridge. I think most of us wouldn't have grasped the meaning of these reflections. That is the beauty of this kind of pictures that they leave themselves open to any kind of interpretation. The whole view is spectacular, but I also see many superb abstract compositions in just one or two sheets of glass here and there.
Cricri (104461) 2013-10-14 10:21
Voila qui ressemble a une peinture abstraite, des reflets qui fait place a l'imagination, bien capturer et présenter
worldcitizen (6733) 2013-10-14 10:35
My sister lives close to this bridge, so I am used to seeing it a lot. :-) I like the reflections you captured. This building with the glass facade is perfect for an interesting view, both on the outside, and on the inside, too. I can see into some of the windows, and I notice pictures on the wall, small mirrors, and other details.
macjake (54934) 2013-10-16 11:54
I'm sure Juan would be proud of this photo :)
this one is like viewing 50 individual photos.
I like the way it presents itself in several blocks.
cool reflections all around
abmdsudi (41998) 2013-10-17 8:21
These are great fun, distorting the real world and breaking it up into sections. Love that blue and those grid lines, a picture appeals every bit nicely exposed and crisp detail captured. Reflective splendour! Congrats
pierrefonds (56104) 2013-10-17 16:20
The reflections on the Windows are extra to the composition. The point of view is showing the details and colors of the reflections. The good luminosity is making the colors to stand out. Have a nice day.
Buin (42272) 2013-10-19 9:40
Ich hoffe, Dir geht es gut.
Dieses Foto passt irgendwie zum derzeitigen Zustand dieses Landes: alles sieht etwas chaotisch und verzerrt aus. Ein wirklich interessantes Foto in einer hervorragenden Qualität. Die Innenbeleuchtung in einigen Räumen macht es noch faszinierender.
Grüße aus dem wieder spätsommerlchen Deutschland. 21°C heute!
- Copyright: Mesut Ilgim (mesutilgim) (82324)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2010-11-11
- Categories: Architecture, Decisive Moment
- Camera: Nikon D 5000, AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 G VR, 2GB Sandisk Ultra II
- Exposure: f/4.5, 1/274 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-10-13 0:32