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Nikon D2X


Capture Date/Time: May 12, 2006 16:49
Focal Length: 10.5 mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/8 - 1/5 sec
ISO: 400
Flash: None


Another shot from my trip to Washington, D.C. We had meetings with a couple of Senators throughout the day, and we ended our visit here at the Hart Senate Office Building. Unlike the old halls of the older Senate building, this one is a modern, sparse architectural piece. The internal stairway here is quite stunning and extends seven floors.



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05.16.06, 12:19 PM, keith:

It seems slightly irregularcompared to some of the old stair cases in grand old buildings. Wonderful view


05.16.06, 12:48 PM, Mark Ellis:

I really like this , it makes you stair at it, cant quite work it all out though. where are the doors?


05.16.06, 03:34 PM, Still:

Nice framing. The b&w is very effective...


05.16.06, 07:45 PM, tetsu:

Beautiful symmetry! :-)


05.16.06, 08:36 PM, Mike:

Mark- there are no doors, really, just open floors at each level. Each level intersects the stairway at the flat portion on the bottom side of the picture. Hope this makes sense!


05.16.06, 09:01 PM, Jeremi:

Pretty cool looking, great perspective here!


05.17.06, 05:22 AM, Bob:

This shot trigger thoughts of Alfred Hitchkok and feelings of vertigo. Interesting building and good composition.


05.17.06, 11:20 AM, Alicia:

The circular lines make this shot. You chose a great point to photograph this. It looks like a tunnel.


05.21.06, 04:08 PM, *mamo:

like a painting ore smt. the llight at the end of the tunnel ?!?


05.27.06, 09:53 PM, Tai:

This one's fantastic. I've never seen the building before, but are the stairs really that fluid looking?


05.02.07, 12:08 AM, Thomas Marlow:

awesome, awesome, awesome! excellent, i get lost inside of this pic.



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