Chrysler through a maze, by Richard

Chrysler through a maze
Chrysler through a maze, by Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Ricoh Imaging GR, September 12, 2014. New York City. Richard says, “I’ve taken the reflection before and more shots of this building than almost any other in New York but I gave it another try as the sun was setting.”

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Mid-town Sky Cutout, by Richard Wanderman

Mid-town sky cutout
“Mid-town Sky Cutout” by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Sony DSC-RX100M3, July 12, 2014, New York City. Richard says, “When I look up at scenes like these with a wide angle lens, I don’t just see tightly packed buildings with reflections and facades, I also see sky between the buildings and if you look at the sky as the subject instead of the building, it’s like a cut out.”

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Met Ceiling, by Richard Wanderman

Met ceiling
“Met Ceiling” by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Ricoh GR, July 12, 2014, New York City. Richard says, “Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gary and I checked our packs when we went through the Garry Winogrand show at the Met, no photography allowed although it amazed me how many people seeing the show were carrying heavy DSLRs around their necks. On the way out I took a picture of the Met’s entryway ceiling which is a wonderful piece of architecture that I admire each time I go.”

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Staircase, by Richard Wanderman

Staircase
“Staircase” by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Fuji X100s, March 31, 2014, Getty Center, Los Angeles, California. Richard says, “I’ve been shooting architectural images of this Richard Meier masterpiece for over ten years now and it never bores me…” You should follow the Flickr link to Richard’s work and view some marvelous architectural photographic art.

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