Posted by Paul Bracey on Sat, 04/07/18 23:06
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Comments by Paul Bracey on Sat, 04/07/18 23:09

...and in the other direction...

Comments by G.B. SHETTLER on Sun, 04/08/18 11:29

The OP to me has that old 1900 Paris style look to it. Maybe from
Eugene Atget. And I love the leading light line on the water to the
statue. Great work. ( but I do find that one lowest light on the left
draws the eye away from the what you have spent the time to create. I
think you have to kill it off)

Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Sun, 04/08/18 13:49

Everything in the opening picture flows left to right for me creating a sense of anticipation as to what lies beyond the curve in the walkway... perhaps a contrasting perspective of the city skyline. Pleasing sense of layering in the opening picture while, for me, the second image is a classic night time view of the Lady of Liberty standing strong against the darkness of night that is surrounding it.

Comments by Jeff Dye on Mon, 04/09/18 19:57

Excellent leading line with the edge light on the railing. It doesn't look like the light
referred to has a shade which accounts for the light star. Id like to see a photo of the
statue during an NYC snow storm. The backside is differently good.

Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Mon, 04/23/18 10:25

Great job.;-)