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Nikon D2X


Capture Date/Time: January 30, 2006 21:58
Focal Length: 10.5 mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/11 - 5.0 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

A view facing northwest from inside the Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park. This is a great place to watch concerts, have a picnic, or just watch the skyline and stars through an amazing grid of criss-crossing, curved beams. I never get tired of this place. I think I was technically tresspassing here by taking this from the inside of the pavilion, which was roped off and closed. I managed to get away without getting busted.



Comments


02.06.06, 11:31 AM, Timbo:

Nice shot. I love the lighting/city at night feel....


02.06.06, 01:08 PM, jamie:

you're giving photographers a bad name . . . aren't you a lawyer too? lol. naughty!

grass! no snow? i like the blue that building on the right is throwing off.


02.06.06, 04:51 PM, Mark Ellis. UK:

Great shot I like the colours the light and the curvature of the buildings, excelent.


02.06.06, 08:24 PM, Matthew Greco:

Great perspective and angle! I really like the lines of the scaffolding.


02.06.06, 09:11 PM, Dennis Rogers:

Wow Mike! Excellent!


02.06.06, 10:48 PM, pooh:

awesome composition, lovely colors and focus, well done!


02.07.06, 03:05 AM, Sidney:

Awesome skyline & lights. Unusual perspective & viewpoint.
Nice captured (as always !)


02.07.06, 06:39 AM, keith:

Ditto all above.I like the inclusion of the grass in the foreground it is a great contrast to the other structures ad makes them al look a bit like they have sprung from the ground. Excellent shot.


02.07.06, 08:08 AM, ody:

wow!! lights explosion!!! beautiful!!!


04.27.06, 10:17 PM, Nina:

Explosion is a good word here - I almost fell off my chair with this one. LOVE the contrast in texture with the grass, the crisscrossing bars and golden lights, the shock of cobalt. There's also a kind of tension between what is man made and of nature. You can almost reach out and touch the grass but for the fear of getting electrocuted! Amazing. You could have posted a pretty high bond for the price of this one.



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