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moleman series: fifth avenue

moleman series: fifth avenue

..to start off with the “moleman” series, here’s Fifth Avenue, shot from “below” Atlas, a 45 feet sculpture created by Lee Lawrie, a famous architectural sculptor..

31 replies on “moleman series: fifth avenue”

I just wondering how down you had to go in order to get this shot. Must have been a lot of knee-bending movements here. But when you look up and see all the angles you have, I think you have a pretty good idea of how to do the framing. Excellent shot!

30 rock right? i’ve never seen it outside of tv. awesome shot… totally new perspective for me. sweet composition, great placement of everything within there. that had to take some work πŸ˜‰

yep, 30 rock.. πŸ™‚ in my case, i’ve just seen one episode..

thanks, nothing difficult here, just gazed upward and suffered quizzical looks from passers by..

Cool picture, great compositon and clarity…

I donΓ¦t know but when looking at the sky and moving my laptop around it almost looks like some lips in the sky… I assume it is clouds, or maybe I need to go to bed πŸ˜‰

I like this a lot!! I can’t tell if this is one shot (it would be hard to believe and I’d be impressed) or if this is a spherical panorama (where I’d be equally impressed). I must repeat again, unique views are hard to find and you always do. Really great shot!

Fantastic fisheye shot, with superb colour and contrast between light and shadow. Well positioned with the statue and the building coming in between the globe of the statue. Really good work; can’t see how you could improve on this.

wah! i know.. i just saw it a while ago too.. i could’ve joined that photo competition and got the grand prize too.. lol! oh well.. from what i see he shot it around july so he got the idea way before i did.. πŸ˜€

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