My Year in Photos 2012
I’ve always liked this structure in Prospect Park. I used the “spicify” filter in Topaz Adjust on it.
That’s very cool … not to mention being a possible twofer on the photo theme. 😉
That’s the fanciest picnic shelter (sans tables and chairs) that I’ve ever seen!
I’m a fan of repeting patterns and leading lines. Got a few from my trip to China that definitely will end up on my blog 🙂 Your processing is great
Love the structure and the processing. Beautiful repeating patterns.
Good for leading lines, too.
Beautifully framed and processed. The leading repeating lines are captivating.
Love this!!! Great job. I love the textures, the colors and the feel!
Spicify was apparently the perfect filter. This jumps off the screen it’s so sharp. Nice!!
I agree with Val….perfect for the scene!
A great balance with your composition and the spicify!
What a nice example of Corinthian columns, developed during the Hellenistic and Roman era! Are they load bearing or primarily decorative?
Beautiful architecture! I love all the little embellishments…and your photo of it is REALLY appealing especially with your addition of processing.
I saw this on in EV. The lines and repeating patterns are great, and you did a great job of processing.
I love this at EV too and love it, the filter was perfect for bringing out the very cool details. How did you not get distortion?
Thanks! I have a new 10-20 UWA lens, which helped me to get the shot from a close distance. There was a little distortion, but I fixed it in PSE 10.
However you did it, the lighting is perfect: we can see all the detail, warmed by that golden light.
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