Categories Architecture Fisheye moleman series Photos series Urban moleman series: beaver street Post author By Rian Post date July 17, 2009 20 Comments on moleman series: beaver street ..a change of pace from all these parade images.. ..no beavers here.. ..view this in mono.. Tags Beaver Street, Financial District ← pfft → like a virgin 20 replies on “moleman series: beaver street” wonderful point of view! It is indeed a small world Love how you do these! So very cool!!!! I like the stop sign as a major element in this very attractive image. I like the added information the color version provides. Nice shot. This lens makes me nervous … must have?? 😉 .. Once more .. i love your fisheye’s This is great and the stop sign is the thing that does it! That is so cool Rian! What a fantastic perspective!!! J’en suis confus mais il semblerait qu’il nous faille s’arreter et se plonger dans le ciel. Un sentiment claustrophobique que ces murailles rapprochees et pourtant je suis un citadin-ne parisien. Un poisson se f’rait pousser des ailes pour naviguer. Very cool perspective !!! Great shot. 🙂 The stop sign at the bottom is really a wonderful inclusion in this one. The patterns from the windows on that one structure are amazing. Really nice. Cool shot! yes, the stop sign grounds everything nicely – the way is nice too :} This is such an unusual view. I love it! COOL! :)) i really like the shape/space of that sky – it seems as much a part of the image as the buildings. i voted that black and yellow building the fuglyest building in new york when we were there. my buddy said the verizon building actually was voted the uglyest by general consensus. as an artist i could appreciate the architect’s strive to break away from the classical architecture in that area but damn, they went off the deep end 🙂 That is so absolutely perfect! Wonderful fisheye capture Bedse Caves Dig these moleman pics… great perspective Beaver Street has a bunch of cool buildings on it. Plus it’s called Beaver Street and lends an air of instant comedy. I like the addition of the graphic stop sign. It pauses your eye as it rolls around the image. Very nice. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.