From geometric patterns on skyscrapers to the ironwork on historical buildings, there are many opportunities to capture the beauty and complexity of architecture.
Train your eye to look for architectural elements that translate in black and white: sharp lines and patterns, defined shapes, large surface areas, and a mix of very light and very dark colors.
My son, Josh, was in his second year at West Point when I took these photos. I had driven from New Hampshire to spend the weekend with him. We decided to take a trip into New York City. The following are photos that I captured in the big city, save for the first one which is a caption of a stained glass window at West Point.
Be sure to click on each photo for a better view
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All very nice photos! That view of Ellis island from the pier (I’m guessing) with the pieces of ply covering the walkway . . . that I really like. Great job!
Sorry, the view of NYC from Ellis Island I mean.
Thank you so much!
Great collection. My favorite is View of NYC from Ellis Island. Great job!
You have inspired again! Redhead Reflections can be breathtaking:) Thank you:) blessings, denise