This is a simple shot of Crosby Street in SoHo, looking north towards Prince and Houston Streets. It also has very light processing, apart from the HDR conversion. There is nothing particularly notable about the street (except the very slight item that HDR guru Trey Ratcliff had a book party in a hotel on this block) but it seems pretty in its simplicity.
If anybody cares to weigh in, I’d appreciate comments on whether this qualifies as a landscape shot. I have been shying away from cityscape or streetscape. Spellcheckers don’t like them either. The issue, for me, in deciding whether a city scene qualifies as a landscape is how expansive the view is, but I have not yet worked on a specific rule or criterion. This shot shows the street for about two blocks, even though much of it is out of focus, and I think that’s enough for a landscape designation, but it’s pretty subjective. Feel free to weigh in with comments. Thanks.