Categories Architecture cityscape Photos Urban tram’s away Post author By Rian Post date August 20, 2009 22 Comments on tram’s away ..a lazy ride across the river.. ..view this in mono.. Tags Roosevelt Island, Tram ← nyc half → career 22 replies on “tram’s away” Nice perspective! I liked the sun burst:-) This works very nicely. I like the mono version too. I really like the perspective here, makes this shot work well. NIce capture. i’ve never seen a tram used like that, only up a mountain, very cool tho, and this is a great shot!! That’s cool! I’ve never seen anything like that, at least not in the city. I like your point of view Rian! nice. i still havent visited roosevelt island after moving to ny 8 months ago… i like this view! Very neat angle Rian! And beautiful city scape! Excellent shot . Like perspective and bridge shadow . And that sun-burst is so cool too ! Terrific shot Rian – two things that caught my eye most: the sun caught in the metal rigging (or whatever one calls it) and the shadow on the road… lovely shot! Great shot Rian…laziness is the mother of invention (or something along those lines)! A very effective, eye-catching shot. I like the wide perspective which gives the image a dynamic feel. Well done. Love your point-of-view. Looks like a great place!!! Love the wide angle treatment here of the bridge. the flare from the sun is an extra plus! =] I’m not sure I’ve ever seen this view, Rian, so Bravo! It makes for a great wide angle. Elegant and captivating. Great shot, dig how the sun peeks through. Nice You caught the sun in a perfect spot. Nicely done. Wow this tram looks pretty cool. I bet its a great view. Beautiful shot, love the perspective. After looking at both, I think I like the color one better. Something about it really pops. A great perspective for this stunning bridge. again really beautiful work – i like the positioning of the car, tram and bridge shadow. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.