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A black and white photograph of The Bethesda Underpass at Central Park in New York City.
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This is my favourite of your works so far. I feel it is an extremely strong image that holds impact and much interest.There is not a bit of wasted space in the whole frame. It teems with things to examine. The joy of viewing this fine B&W also comes from the wonderfully symmetrical composition, the extremely good contrast and tonal range and the lovely mixture of textures and shapes.The human figure caught just slightly off centre under the arch brings us back to reality and gives the image its sense of scale and perspective.Nice work indeed!
thank you for the comment Dennis, I appreciate that.
Splendid work and lovely B&W
thank you Judy.
nice capture and congratulations to your feature.
Strong image looks so good in B&W Congratulations
Lovely shapes and tones. Great perspective and the figure on the stairs is a perfect touch.
I totally agree with Dennis Gay>>There is not a bit of wasted space in the whole frame. It teems with things to >>examine. The joy of viewing this fine B&W also comes from the wonderfully >>symmetrical composition, the extremely good contrast and tonal range and >>the lovely mixture of textures and shapes.>>The human figure caught just slightly off centre under the arch brings us >>back to reality and gives the image its sense of scale and perspective.Gorgeous!!!Thanks for the submission intoEscher and Perspective Art 5/24 Group5 October 2010
Thank you for the comment Susan, I am glad you like it.
well done lovely shot