Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by invisible, Jan 12, 2009.
My first photo-post of 2009. Hope you guys like.
Thanks for looking...
Wow, this is good, leading lines are good!
yea great leading lines makes your eyes keep following around the picture and not get bored.
Good choice of b&w and the perspective is perfect, particularly as it seems as if viewed by a child, in fact it reminds me of the house I was born in and played on the stairs. That feeling of looking up and imagining what is at the top, very well done.
really nice really nice
I agree - love the lines, the symmetry, all of it.
kind of has a "The Shining" thing going for it, I like it !
Hehe, hadn't thought of that, you're absolutely right!
Thanks everybody for dropping by, I appreciate your feedback!
Overall, I really like the composition. The patterned carpet works well with the white ceiling. I would get rid of the sprinkler(?) in the middle of the ceiling. Also, I am not thrilled with the contents of the room at the top of the step. I feel as though it should either be more ornate to complement the carpet or more stark to highlight the ceiling.
Removing the sprinkler is a possibility, but I think it would leave that space too empty. About the rest of your comment, this is a U.S. federal building, and a National Historic Landmark to boot (150 years old). I don't think they are taking interior design recommendations at this time
Thanks jvgig and Black C5 Z06 for your comments!
Very cool invisible! You have such a good eye for these kinds of shots.
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