Categories Architecture Fisheye Photos Urban spire Post author By Rian Post date October 25, 2009 23 Comments on spire ..as close a shot as i can of the empire’s spire.. Tags Empire State Building ← shadows and flags → boo 23 replies on “spire” very interesting shot, Rian!! I’ve never seen it like this.. I like it very much A lovely perspective and interesting processing. Maybe I would have cropped the face 😉 Superb perspective and the pace is mentioned. It looks very impressive at this close distance. It’s interesting how petite it looks in photographs of the building from a distance. I like the solid color and the mild sky which helps with the spire show up so well. Super frame and perspective . Love this processing too ! i like the grain effect applied here, giving it an old-aged look. =] You got a perspective I’ve never seen before, Rian, so congratulations. I’m not sure I would know which spire this was if you hadn’t said so! Great shot… dig the perspective. has to be one of my favorites of yours. not sure that i can explain why. Excellent shot — the tones and composition are great for this old gal. It’s amazing how much stuff is bolted to the sides of the spire. This is the first closeup I’ve ever seen of the mast. love this a lot rian. love your perspective and the grains which i normally don’t like. but it sure works here! great shot! 😀 i love it! especially that antenna top Love the perspective, beautiful shot. Nice perspective. I like the grittiness of this. Excellent. A view not often seen in photos. Love it. Sky needs some noise reduction, but really nice pic. This is awesome! The grit and dirt from the city can be seen on the structure and that really makes this stand out in my book. Very cool shot, i like the nitty gritty feel of this image. that’s a great shot of it. nice! I see you did go up to the top…nice shot of the spire. Love this perspective! I have never seen it from this angle! Perfect shot! I like the dark, creepy mood of the photo 🙂 Precisely, I just uploaded a shot of the very same thing but from a different perspective I’ve been up there plenty of times! Impressive every time! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.