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Thursday
May122011

Deep Breath

212.365 18mm f3.5 1/160 ISO 200Maybe it's the giving myself the space to step away from the Nikon.  (Hello, iPhone.  Nice to meet you.  Again.)  Or maybe it's the encouragement you all have been kind enough to give me.  Or maybe it was the uncharacteristically rainy day that settled on Denver yesterday, which could only be the fuel to juice a new round of growth.

Or maybe it was because I had an errand downtown yesterday morning which gave me the chance to shoot a building I've long been interested in.  In any event, as much as I'm learning to love my iPhone as a photography tool (and I am!) only the Nikon and a wide angle would allow me to compose anything resembling my internal idea of the place.  An incredible relief.

P.S.  (thanks)

Reader Comments (5)

Glad to hear you are not giving up the Nikon, as this one is a neat abstract...all angles and texture.

May 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAlexandra

It helps to get some distance from it and then come back to it, eh? (I'll use that as my excuse) LOVE the angles on this, though I'm curious to see what the rest of that angular building looks like. Nicely done!

May 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMike

Wow! This is a simply amazing shot. There is such dynamic tension - will the point pierce through? This is one that I wish I had taken. The washed out white sky puts all the focus on the abstract shapes. Isn't it a wonderful feeling when your internal vision comes to fruition?

May 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBrenda

I really enjoy looking at this picture and I am stunned by how you put the buildings into perspective. Amazing idea, amazing colour, wonderful focus! You do not seem to run out of surprises...even in times when you are stepping back! Such a great picture!

May 13, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAndrea

Superb abstract Corinna--perfectly composed and very interesting visually. Glad you embraced your old friend again!

May 13, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterChristopher

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