The Gear Of Foreign Dead Men Mark August 23, 2011 Landscape / Water Dawn on the East River looking north from almost directly underneath the Brooklyn Bridge. Who set these pilings and lashed them together? Tags: 50mm prime, D700, hdr, Manhattan, New York, Nik Color Efex, NYC, OnOne Photo Tools, Photomatix Continue Reading Previous PostSunrise Over AstoriaNext PostLife Finds A Way You Might Also Like The Battery In The Park January 10, 2011 Seattle Skyline Kerry Park Panorama – #nXnw2015 June 9, 2015 Taggart Lake Morning June 16, 2016 This Post Has 13 Comments Jimi Jones 23 Aug 2011 Love the lighting and perspective here, Mark. Sweet shot, man. Jim Denham 23 Aug 2011 Good question and great image! Love the dof and the darker processing here Mark! Interesting subject too! Jim Denham recently posted..Empty Dock Barbara Youngleson 23 Aug 2011 Dramatic, possibly disturbing (not sure yet) image Mark. Provocative title and commentary. Barbara Youngleson recently posted..Home on the Range Len Saltiel 23 Aug 2011 Love the mood and textures Mark. Great light. Len Saltiel recently posted..All Aboard the Alaskan Rail Dave DiCello 23 Aug 2011 Love the POV here Mark, the dark processing gives it a great moody feel Dave DiCello recently posted..Candid New York – Part 1 Chris Nitz 23 Aug 2011 So dark and moody, I love it! Chris Nitz recently posted..Beer Equals Happiness Jim Nix 23 Aug 2011 very cool processing Mark! Jim Nix recently posted..Scottish rails Chris Frailey 23 Aug 2011 Really drawn to the colors on this one. Chris Frailey recently posted..Play Time Toad Hollow Photography 23 Aug 2011 Really glad to see you back from your break, Mark. I love your style of photography and this shot is just so dramatic. Toad Hollow Photography recently posted..Genoa Bay Curt Fleenor 23 Aug 2011 Love the colors and the DOF in this Mark! Jon Stolarski 23 Aug 2011 Not to be redundant, but I too love the DOF and tones. The mood is perfect! Jon Stolarski recently posted..Heather Steven Perlmutter 23 Aug 2011 The processing here is awesome. It fits the composition so well. Pingback: Life Finds A Way - Too Much Glass » Too Much Glass Comments are closed.