YMCA Jerusalem

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  1. danir

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    The tower of the YMCA building in Jerusalem. Planned by the same architect who built the empire state building.

    Two versions:

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    Dani.
     
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    i like number two better. i think the orange of the little structure distracts from the building. nice picture though, looks a little aged.
     
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    Thanks for your comment prlaserbean.
    The contrast between the aged building and the crane caught my eye, and that's what I was after in this picture.

    Anyone else?

    Dani
     
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    i like the color one alot more the orange and yellow look really good against the sky. nice shot
     
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    Yeah, I agree. The colors do look very nice. It's a very interesting combination with the industrialized metal next to the old architecture, I love it. And I bet I spelled that word wrong.
     
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    Thanks Trenton Romulox and justinspeaks.

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    Where were you situated at that height? Top of King David?

    As for the photos, personally I think color is a keeper.
     
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    Hey tsienni, I understand you know the place.....
    Actually I was just on the street. I pointed the camera upwords and fixed the lense distortion in the PP.

    Dani.
     
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    Oh, that was neat...looks good for this type of shots.

    Have a good day.
     
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    I much prefer the first, the colour and contrast is great.

    but, have you filled it a bit with light in PP ? if so id really like to see the original, the left upper of the building seems a bit 'too bright' to be natural.

    Lovely shot though.
     
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    Thanks NavyJelly,

    Yes I did. I'll post the original when I get home.

    Dani
     

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