Great images!!! Love the second one (don't remember the name of that building) and the ones with the Manhattan skyline.Thanks for sharing.
Some really striking images, Oliver. Lots of unique and surreal perspectives on familiar places. The Bryant Park skating rink image really stands out; so does the Brooklyn Bridge one - it's so quiet, compared to most of the other images.
Thanks for commenting. It's always interesting to hear how others perceive this.
That shot of the rooftops and the water towers is beautiful. Great composition to make the tower on the right stand out.
I Like number 17. It looks like you have a lot of fans or did you tag your web page onto a lotaf walls in NY?
You need some dramatic music with photograph number 1. Maybe you should combine some photography show with music. Aren't there some 'audio artists' out there?
True. I have some ideas for a kind of innovative slide show. It will be a lot of work, so I'm not sure if I will ever do this :)Philipp, the page address is added during post-processing.
Great set of shots, Oliver! I had seen most of them before, but they really tell a much richer story of the city when shown in a common context than did the individual frames.If I had to pick a favorite, I think it would have to be the "Times Square Rush" image.Great work!
Yeah. I always find it kind of satisfying to finally put pictures together like this. I would almost say "New York is a finished project"...if it wouldn't be New York.
gorgeous work, I really like the "globe" picturewonderful!
nice post. thanks.
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