Categories Architecture moleman series Nightscape Photos street Urban flatironed Post author By Rian Post date December 10, 2009 24 Comments on flatironed ..quick post, time to hit the sack.. ..same place where i got this.. Tags flatiron building, Flatiron District ← half dry → key loan 24 replies on “flatironed” Excellent fisheye shot — extra bonus points for doing it with a long exposure for the light streaks! Cool one…super night shot ! Ca f C’est parti trop vite 🙂 Ca fait une jolie boule pour les fÃªtes. It reminds me of a giant christmas tree ornament. Fantastic!!! The gold and black complement each other very well. The fisheye does its magic every time. A very attractive shot. here you go again – your specialty !!! full circle ! Great shot Ryan ! I really like how the road curved in this one. Interesting. Looks like a snowglobe. Bonsoir, A nice effect..Beautiful lightness..bravo! Superb! As always! You really got the knack for shots like these! Truly amazing! Love the motion! i looove the way the one way sign looks on the side, kind of ironic in this kind of picture lol great shot!!! Rian…WOW, this, for me, is the sweetest shot of the Flatiron I’ve seen to date. This one should be hanging some nice place. Excellent !!! love this! especially the sky. a totally unique shot of the flatiron. nice one. great shot! i really like the traffic blur across it and the clouds bluring in the sky. my favorite building too as the focus. I could imagine seeing a reflection in a game ball, nice urban night view. Its so beautiful. Wow, killer shot. Love what you do with this lens! Love these pictures. Are you on the curb?? thanks.. yep, i was on the curb.. 🙂 Great night shot…! Exceptional! A picture rarely seen in the blogosphere. Not too often or I’ll become schizophrenic… Bonne semaine. Love the use of fish eye and long exposure. In some ways it looks like a dew drop holding the city! very creative. Thank you for sharing. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.