Straight to the sky

dsc_1727NIKON D40X (95mm, f/11, 1/400 sec, ISO100)

Often we do not note how many things are just over our normal line of sight. If you try to leave the horizon out, just keeping what points directly to the sky, a different world appears. That’s what I’ve done with this picture, where what looks like envious signs of the human attempt to reach the sky remains in their inadequacy if compared with the target.

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4 Responses to Straight to the sky

  1. Anne says:

    Beautiful picture, well contrasted.

  2. silas says:

    Really nice image. It is a good idea to raise you line of sight just a little to see what else is going on and capture interesting situations. Also I looked through your other images, some really cool, clean and crisp shots. Good use of HDR too. If I had to say one thing though it would be that there are specs of dust here and there on some, it kinda taints otherwise excellent images. Hope I am not out of order:)

  3. LGB says:

    Great b&w, excellent composition!

  4. Tim Corbeel says:

    Wonderful composition! Very nice B/W conversion 🙂

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