At the time this picture was taken, this was where I worked at the University of Michigan. I remember when I first started working there, I used to think “Wow, I work in a cool place.”
Pressing H and M to make the image larger and on a black background, really enhances the viewing.
Have a great weekend!
Early in the morning, I looked for some unconventional views of Burton Tower on the University of Michigan campus.
Press “H” and “M” for best viewing on black:-)
Definitely press “M” for the large, full feel:-)
After being in Boston for a week for work, I was soooo excited to wake up early on my day off to shoot the sunrise. As it happened, when I got up at 3:30 for the 5pm crest of the sun, I heard the heavy rain. I was about to call it quits but ultimately decided to see what I could find in the dark downpour. A few streets away from my Air BnB apartment, I found this lovely street – Acorn Street. While shooting, it was impossible to keep the rain off of my lens using my hood and umbrella, so there are bits of water in the shot. I actually love that part and hope you do too.
St Patrick’s Cathedral is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia, and seat of its archbishop, currently Denis Hart.
In 1974 Pope Paul VI conferred the title and dignity of minor basilica on it. In 1986 Pope John Paul II visited the cathedral and addressed clergy during his Papal Visit.
The Boston Harbor is undoubtedly the most photographed place in the city. As there was heavy fog around sunset, I decided to play around with the skyline by keeping half of the long exposure still, and then slowing moving the camera for the second half. It’s a bit different and I like it, so here it is!
Definitely best to view on black and large, so press “H” and then “M”
I wanted to portray the sleepy, chill vibe of Beantown as if it were on speed. As I was waiting for the perfect moment where the train came around the corner, I was approached by the Boston Police. They were wondering what I was doing. In hind sight, I should have realized that taking photos of trains looked suspicious. They were cool though and after a background check, let me continue my work:-)
I posted this a little while ago for like ten minutes before realizing I put a pre-cropped image. Sorry for those who already “liked” it.
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