this series of three, each has a timeless quality. Can hear a steam radiator in the background. Don't forget your mittens.
Interesting how the part of the photo with the people in the intersection looks like a painting; and I really like the brick facade of the building, and the shapes of the iron on the nearby fire escape balconies.
they're getting better 'n better KM!V
Wonderful framing, like those people interactions on the ground level and the human scale to the compositions.
I got "hung up" in the that wire hanging down. You obviously know what you are doing.
Just some wonderful shots of the city in winter. Nice work.
- I’m with Boromax and RuneE—you’ve included some interesting details, and the fuzziness of snow, plus the perspective of height. It’s all understated and very nice. I’m tempted to say Dickensian . . . ?
I love your "Out the window" shots.
All the snow got me thinking about how difficult it must be to deal with in a city the size of New York. I see some bare sidewalk, and I think that is a good thing!Beautiful ironwork, and I like the trees in the next block.
Me again and thank you for the comment: You mustn't remove that wire! It makes a perfect Golden Ratio :-)
snow covered cities, i love it :) thanks for the elements recommendation!! have been enjoying your pictures :)
Cool shot!I hate winter, but love this wintry view.
Try this one for info of The Golden Ratio. It is "everywhere" :-)
All is quiet...
Love the perfect frosting on the window sills....
What a dreary skyline. Too cold!
"Matchstick Men---- "It's still looking cold Guys.Ck.
This and the two previous posts are fantastic. Darryl and Ruth : )
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