Hello Vic Zikoor,
You've beautifully composed an indoor image. Of course it's a large space but in my opinion, I has been surving it's purpose when built. It was until the end of world war when people started travelling by cars, before that, railways was the back bone of mass transportation. And you've nicely documented this place. Well done my friend. Thanks for sharing.
- chrisJ (55124)
- [2011-10-27 7:16]
Love the addition of repeating curved perspective of the ceiling ribs, adding to the already very good linear perspective. Good sharpness & soft pastel colors. Tfs!
Beautiful architecture of this Union Station, Vic, with good use of available lighting. I like the softness and the composition with this arched ceiling.
Good color temperature and quite sharp considering a hand held shot, I suppose!
Beautiful building. Toronto's Union Station is similar to this, very grand. I don't know why they are all called Union Station every where in North america.
The arches are loverly.
What a magnificent structure. I would imagine the activities in this place during its heyday. With the price of oil going up, the environmental impact from drilling and oil spills as well as its diminishing supply, people are now more aware that sustainable transportation is the key to lessening human handprint to environmental degradation. I could not wait for the revival of the railroad glory and when people start thinking of what's best for everybody than for themselves alone. Good sharpness, details and lighting. TFS
HI Vic..nice shot...well composed with nice tones and details. Nice work.
- hifimusicdai (15655)
- [2011-10-29 22:40]
Fine pov, great colour and detail. Nice job
- jean11-3 (16374)
- [2011-10-31 11:31]
Hello Vic, I can almost hear the echo in here!
A good view down the grand hall,if it weren't for the plants and chairs, you could have a symmetrical picture.
I was very impressed by Grand Central Station in Washington D.C.
The lights that highlight the arches add to your composition.
Tfs, regards Jean.