Monday, March 23, 2009

Shapes and reflections

14 comments:

Kim said...

What a veritable Disneyland for a photographer THAT scene is. I'm going to have to add Beantown to the itinerary next time I get back east. Your shots are always so interesting and so thoughtfully done.
-Kim
Seattle Daily Photo

brattcat said...

That visual noise in the reflection is what I feel in my gut when I drive into Boston. The balance of that shimmer with the solid buildings and the pedestrians is really perfect.

Cezar and Léia said...

Fantastic reflections!Beautiful capture as always!

cieldequimper said...

Such a full photograph, yes you're right there are many shapes and reflections offset perfectly by B&W.

hi, i'm nancy! said...

i love it. my inner ear, vertigo self doesn't love it, but I love it.

:)

Harriet said...

Is this photo showing the Prudential T stop?

Interesting to see these buildings in b&w. Nice shot.

amatamari said...

Is a fantastic image and I have almost a vertigo...incredible shot!
:-)

Thanks

Jacob said...

That's a fantastic conglomeration of lines and angles! Nicely composed photograph. All those reflections make my head turn!

Thanks so much for coming by Cedar Creek DP today!

Have a great day!

Aileni said...

It almost looks as if you can see through one building to a distorted view of the one behind. Interesting shot.
Welcome to MM and thanks for participating.

allhorsestuff said...

Reminds me of a movie! It is surreal in a way. Nice shot and perfect in B/W!

Digital Polaroids said...

Great point of view!

roentarre said...

you have shown me the glimpses of this wonderful city

m_m said...

Lovely reflection!

Clueless in Boston said...

Hi All, thank you for your comments.

Harriet, this shot was taken on Summer Street, across the street from South Station; this area is also known as Dewey Square. Thanks for reminding me to note its location.