Categories Architecture People Photos street Urban cort Post author By Rian Post date July 24, 2009 19 Comments on cort The Cort Theatre is a legitimate Broadway theatre located at 138 West 48th Street in midtown-Manhattan. The Shubert Organization purchased the theatre in 1927, two years before Cort’s death. (more) ..view this in mono.. ← tilting (more) taxis → biker buddies 19 replies on “cort” Fantastic use of this guy walking by to bring some life to the scene. A fine shot! Nice capture of a lovely buildling, I really like the font used for ‘cort’, and it really stands out on the mono version. What a gorgeous old building. Love the old-time signage. NIce image of a great building Rian. Well captured. I especially like photos with logos or typeface in them. This one is really nice and the walking guy gives it life. Very good. I like the Cort sign very much. The fellow walking along gives the picture life. Very nice shot. Such an ornate and beautiful structure. Your capture is superb. Well capture! Beautiful building and small man…:) Very ornate building! Nice photo. Excellent image, Rian . Love these colors and super framing ! This is great! Kind of a weird legitimate Broadway theater with Hitchcock Meets Hilarious posted in the windows. Sounds interesting beautiful building, and the way the guy is walking by is perfect, great shot my friend! Lovely color and light… why is he looking up? feels like he’s expecting the sign to fall on him. the lighting is lovely especially where it appears to be bouncing off a neon sign and on to the building. i also like that you’ve give us a sliver of sky. The guy looking up adds dynamic to the scene.. nice Perfectly timed, love the wide angle effect. Very nice photograph Rian. I was just looking through your work on here. You are doing some great work. Looking good. 🙂 thanks, tom! yep, still doing the photoblogging thingy here.. 😀 i’ve checked out your new site, have you given up your photoblogging? 🙂 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.