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One that I wasnt going to upload due to the light, but in a sense it is very english being overcast, and the colours really help the scene.
This was actually a capture required as a background for a poster, but I ended up liking it so much it has also gone to print and looks fantastic on paper.
A shot I took last year that I've edited using Topaz Adjust. This shows Hope Street looking towards the Metropolitan Cathedral. Many of the buildings on Hope Street are fine examples of Georgian Architecture
Broad Street looking south towards City Hall, Philadelphia PA
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This is from the cityscapes section in www.ignaciolinares.com
ILFORD HP5 PLUS 400
Self Develop: 6“30' in Tmax developer
Carl Zeiss Planar T* 2/50
Straight negative scan
Aufgenommen in Lüneburg, bearbeitet mit den Filtern "Dream Smoothing" und "Rodilius", aus dem Gimp Plug-in "G`MIC".
*Explored - 2014.03.02*
Nikon D5100, Sigma 17-70
Australia, Victoria, Melbourne
some rework with Gimp & Photomatix.
The above image was taken late in December 2013 for the Welshot Imaging monthly facebook challenge under the theme “The Weather”. I shot this during a wet and windy day in Chester trying to do some street photography style images. For some of these images, the crop (of a 1:2.7) was intentional as this is the ratio of the facebook timeline photo.
Taken at Market Street in Downtown Dallas near the convention center.
One of the oodles of great things about Tokyo Disney Resort is that they still keep the small side areas intact to immerse the guest in the theme and atmosphere of the specific land. (unlike Disneyland and the Courtyard of Angels)
This little side street is not well travelled but it sure feels like you are in a Tuscan village. Obviously it is also great to photograph!
© michael fellner 2015 all rights reserved
Back from Lisbon. It was the first time since I broke my spine in 2013 that I took a flight again. Hilly Lisbon is a challenge to disabled people like me but everything went well. Nevertheless after the flight back my left foot was swollen and I had to go to the hospital today. Hope treatment will help.
All the best. Have a nice weekend;-))
I usually walk up and down this street on my way to class. There's always a good amount of traffic and people going back and forth so I tried to capture it in the most interesting way I could.
© Chris Rubey, 2012
Typische Strassenszene in New York würd ich sagen. So tief, dass selbst am Tag das Sonnenlicht kaum den Boden berührt.
Typical street scene in New York, I'd say. So deep that even on the day the sunlight barely touches the ground.
Manhattan - New York
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I don't shoot streets a lot anymore, but maybe I should? The flower pot provided the composition, and I was lucky to avoid the frequent busses passing by.
Blue hour in central Uppsala. I don't often do this kind of strong vignetting, but there's a time for everything. Lovely shadows they are, having a kind of noir feeling to them.
Victoria Street was built between 1829-34 as part of a series of improvements to the Old Town, with the aim of improving access around the city. Previously, access from the Grassmarket to the Lawnmarket was via the West Bow, a very steeply sloped and narrow lane. The new street was planned to demolish much of the old West Bow, and provide a broad sweeping link to the newly built George IV Bridge.
It was designed by architect Thomas Hamilton, one of the leading lights in transforming the city with neo-classical buildings and much influenced by the architecture of ancient Greece. However it was stipulated that the buildings associated with the new street should be ‘Old Flemish’ in style, and draw inspiration from the details on Heriot’s Hospital.
Im Denkmalschutzbereich der Altstadt existieren ca. 620 Fachwerkbauten, die weitaus größte Zahl aus dem Zeitraum zwischen 1700-1900; ein Teil dieses Baubestandes ist auch als Einzeldenkmal geschützt. Abgesehen von bemerkenswerten Einzelgebäuden steht Wernigerode hauptsächlich als Beispiel für den schlichten traufständigen Fachwerkbau des 18. und 19.Jahrhunderts in der Harzregion. Beim Wiederaufbau nach Stadtbränden wurde meist auch der Stadtgrundriss verändert durch Verbreiterungen und Neuanlage von Straßen. (Quelle:Internet)
A typical Lisbon street scene, taken in the Alfama district.
Alfama, the oldest district of Lisbon, spreading on the slope between the São Jorge Castle and the Tejo river. Its name comes from the Arabic Al-hamma, meaning hot fountains or baths. It contains many important historical attractions, with many Fado bars and restaurants.
In the back the Lisbon Cathedral is partly visible.
Das ist die Brücke des St. James Einkaufszentrums in der Leith Street
This is the bridge of the St James Shopping Centre in Leith Street
Hauptstadt von Schottland (Capital of Scotland)
Vereinigtes Königreich (United Kingdom)
Mai (may) 2012
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