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Downtown LA architecture

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Ron Reznick, Jun 10, 2007.

  1. ... plus a couple of ringers

    California Plaza, 45mm f/2.8P @ f/11

    Cal. Plaza, 17-35 AFS @ 28mm, f/8

    Disney Concert Hall, 45mm f/2.8P @ f/11

    Disney Concert Hall, 17-35 AFS @ 24mm, f/8

    Now, a little architectural dichotomy:

    Leeds Castle, Kent, UK, 28mm f/1.4D @ f/8

    Homesteader's shack, Hwy 89, between Hwy 14 and Zion
    17-35 AFS, 35mm @ f/8

    There's a dichotomy for you... :^)

  2. bobarue


    Aug 9, 2005
    Cool shots, Ron! That 28mm is something else.
  3. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Nicely done architecture. I am not much of an archetecture buff though, of the modern style.
    Not sure why. They are well done and the light is great.

    Love the last two.
    Maybe I am just showing my age...yiikkkeesssss
  4. GlenF

    GlenF Guest

    It's a really nice portrayal of, simple put, need. In 1950 the world population was roughly 2.3 billion, today it is roughly 6.5 billion. I visually prefer the last two pictures but I'm not sure I would want to have lived in those time periods.

    Ron, really nice work, it is of course more than just spacial "need". Thanks for sharing your concept and you have a nice collection of glass
  5. Vienna Pics

    Vienna Pics

    Nov 14, 2005
    Great shots Ron - I am partial to barns and cabins - nicely done!
  6. What a superb series. I like them all. However, the third and last shot are just awesome.
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