Kong Kee Food Corp. Mark November 8, 2011 Buildings / Cities / NYC I shot this loading dock of the Kong Kee Food Corp. from both sides, and published the other version 4 months ago. I kept the color much more prominent on this one. Like this:Like Loading... Tags: 14-24 mm, D700, Manhattan, New York, NYC, OnOne Photo Tools, Photomatix Continue Reading Previous PostNew York By Gehry Black And WhiteNext PostThe Future Is A Faded Song You Might Also Like Sculpture Detail – Nancy Rubins May 2, 2010 Art & Storage on the High Line May 20, 2010 Lies of Covid February 18, 2021 This Post Has 7 Comments Edith Levy 8 Nov 2011 Both great shots Mark but I really like the way you’ve processed this one and the color. John Sotiriou 8 Nov 2011 I agree with Edith. The color and softness really makes this image stand out against your earlier post. Nicely done! Len Saltiel 8 Nov 2011 I am with everyone else Mark on the color one. Feels like I am standing right there in the scene. Len Saltiel recently posted..Echo Reflections Toad Hollow Photography 8 Nov 2011 Awesome details and textures here, Mark, top drawer my friend! Toad Hollow Photography recently posted..Old Stone Butter Church bob emmerich 8 Nov 2011 I’m a lemming also. This version has it over the other. The color sucks you into the photo and takes you on a journey. Dynamite! Dave DiCello 9 Nov 2011 Digging the processing here mark Dave DiCello recently posted..America’s pastime, America’s Team Beth 9 Nov 2011 Equally fantastic pictures Mark but I genuinely like the way you’ve processed this a single and the colour. The colour and softness truly tends to make this image stand out against your earlier post. Properly carried out! Comments are closed.