Categories Architecture cityscape HDR Photos Urban bye winter? Post author By Rian Post date April 25, 2012 20 Comments on bye winter? ..i’ve kept most of my winter clothes, but had to bring some of them out again.. wtfff.. Tags Empire State Building, High Line Park, Manhattan, New York ← kymulga → chained 20 replies on “bye winter?” I like the buildings, the colors and the framing We also had to take them in again. But today it’s sunny and it looks rather warm 🙂 A beautiful building. I like the old against the new. Now that’s a view we don’t often see of the Empire State Building, Rian…or of snow so late in the season! Stay warm. love the mood WOW, this is a fabulous view of the Empire State Building. Love the HDR in this one. Wonderful tones. The smoke in front of the building adds to the picture. I like the contrast of building types. Nice perspective of Empire State Building. A beautifully detailed image of this building. Fine architectural image! it’s funny, it’s cold here too, i was wondering the same thing… nice shot, really like the buildings and your point of view An interesting and beautiful brick building. I like that slate roof gleaming in the light. Totally agree with you, we are more that ready for spring now!! Nice composition with the new building behind the old brick ones. I thought of the same thing today. Hope it gets warmer now. Nice shot Rian! Interesting architectural shot, rian. At first glance I thought maybe London, then I spotted the Empire State Building, nice job! Such a wonderful contrast of buildings. That feels like a painting, my friend. Like you have composed them just for us. And your light here is so damn fine. All the best & safe travels, Fritsch. brrr! don’t want to think about winter …. ! Cool..well done! winter of not, i like this. beautiful composed architectural shot. Here is a lovely and warm sunny day. 🙂 But New York is beautiful anyway. Perfect frame and process! Great view! Have a nice day. Great framing and composition–very interesting shot! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.