Wall Street from the East River

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Comments (122)

ANDRES AMBROSIO on January 30, 2011

Excellent photo! Nice shot. Like.

Olivier Faugeras on January 30, 2011

Many thanks Sankos, Andrea, Efejota, Paolo and Andrés.

Merci pour vos étoiles Hubs et Pierre.

Al Sanin on January 30, 2011

The graphic and decorative! Stylish decision! Nice! Like Best wishes Al

tukki on January 30, 2011

Very graphic, totally Art Deco. I like it, very good. FRED

Guia arquitectura on January 30, 2011

Interesante edición jugando con el negro de fondo y esculpiendo los edificios con los grises y blancos

Olivier Faugeras on January 30, 2011

Hola Pablo, en color no es malo tampoco, pero el B&N le está mejor.

Thank you Al and Fred. This old buiding is nice but the most recents are so trivial...

jérôme bastianelli on January 30, 2011

YSL pour ce traitement contrasté très soigné.

Amitiés,

Jérôme

Olivier Faugeras on January 30, 2011

Merci Jérôme, j'ai bien fait de revenir sur ma série new-yorkaise que j'avais laissé tomber car j'avais l'impression de lasser.

laughingmackerel on January 30, 2011

a great mono my friend

Tomáš Gregor on January 30, 2011

Good composition.

Elena Ogorodnikova on January 31, 2011

Looks very stylish! L!

laug on January 31, 2011

très belles parallèles contrastées sauf un bâtiment, bien vu !! L

alessandro masini on January 31, 2011

Beautiful contrast between the back sky and the grey and white buidings! YS! Bravo Olivier! Alessandro

Olivier Faugeras on January 31, 2011

Thank you LM, Tomas, Elena and Alessandro.

Merci Laurent. Faite depuis un bateau, j'ai un peu triché et décalé de quelques pixels l'immeuble central qui touchait celui de gauche. Pas évident de cadrer au poil en mouvement et pas de retour arrière possible. La "fenêtre de tir" est limitée...

Herb Riddle on February 1, 2011

You never fail to amaze me with your photographic imagination for these images Olivier. A wonderful and original take of this famous city. Like. Well done, Herb

Rita Eberle-Wessner on February 1, 2011

A great effect, it looks very graphic, well composed! You have my vote and a like

Leix-Rieder on February 2, 2011

It's unreal.......seems to be no place for human beeings!! But a great photo!like and best wishes, Brigitte

Olivier Faugeras on February 2, 2011

Many thanks Rita and Herbs,

Brigitte I've seen your Y* few days ago, and now I have the comment ;)

Glad you like this picture, Wall street was not my favorite place in NY. Modern buildings are build without any imagination and there is no place for human being, only for traders between these canyons they call street. That's what I what to relate in this pic.

Best regards to the 3 of you, Olivier.

Rita Eberle-Wessner on February 3, 2011

I agree totally with you, Olivier this is no place for humans and "Canyons" is the right word. I was there few years ago, and I did a similar shot. And - that's curious - at no place in the USA I saw more money (real coins) lying at the street, noticed by nobody! My children collected them and bought toys from the coins.

BORDEAU Alain. on February 3, 2011

Très belle photo...ql quantité de dégradés!...bel équilibre des formes et contrastes lumineux...sans retenue: YS..............Amitiés ALAIN

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  • Uploaded on January 29, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Olivier Faugeras
    • Camera: PENTAX Corporation PENTAX K10D
    • Exposure: 0.008s (1/125)
    • Focal Length: 57.50mm
    • F/Stop: f/8.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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