599-603 Mark July 20, 2011 Buildings / Cities / NYC Not much to say here. The scene pretty much speaks for itself, and the processing was simple with an obvious saturation boost. This is on 11th Avenue — more from my outing on Sunday with Chris Robins. It’s hot out there so stay cool, kids. Like this:Like Loading... Tags: Brilliance Warmth, D700, Film Effects: Fuiichrome Velvia 100, hdr, Low Key, Manhattan, New York, Nik Color Efex, NYC, Photomatix, Pro Contrast, Tamron 28-300 Continue Reading Previous PostThrough The Unknown, Unremembered GateNext PostCranes: Reach For The Sky You Might Also Like Epcot’s Spaceship Earth, at Night, Handheld, Via Fuji X-E1 April 8, 2013 Reflections and Shadows – A #We35 Report (High Line) April 21, 2015 1251 February 11, 2019 This Post Has 8 Comments Jimi Jones 20 Jul 2011 Nice street scene. I see one of my favs on the distance, an old water tower. That razor wire says it all! Toad Hollow Photography 20 Jul 2011 LOVE it Mark! The contrast between the brickwork and the lighter contrast in the door there is absolutely striking! Well seen & captured there, good sir! Toad Hollow Photography recently posted..Cars, Trucks & Other Vehicles jim 20 Jul 2011 for a second I thought it was building restoration when they renew the brick…you got me 🙂 Sophia 21 Jul 2011 All I can say that the all your photos are great! Jim Nix 21 Jul 2011 I just love this shot Mark, such a great job processing and a good eye to catch it! Chris Robins 21 Jul 2011 thanks for making some time to meet up to shoot. very nice textures and color, and of course, the water tower!!! Pingback: Friday Photo Spots & Sunrise From Phoenix Trotting Park — Jason Hines Pingback: 599-603 Corner View - Too Much Glass » Too Much Glass Comments are closed.