Published: Saturday 5th of March 2005 04:38:50 PM
Jos Van Poederooyen
Wonderful, right down to the flag on the building. Sharp, creative and enjoyable to view and think. Thanks.
wow, it seems a city of another planet. great perspective and good idea to include the photographer in the frame
Beautiful night shot.
The secret's out!!! Oh yea!!! Wilson uses a tripod and camera with a big round lens. Great shot.
Chee Hong Peow ( CHiPs )
Great image !
"Gitzo-la Attacks Space Needle" Thanks, Kim. I was shooting this with a D70 to his right, but battery went dead. I resorted to the Canon G3 and since it's short on the tele end, I figured to back up and include the guy in it. Shortly after this shot was taken, the guy walked over and started a conversation. That was his Canon 1Ds with 135 f2 on a Gitzo carbon-fiber. So the title should have been, "Space Needle Meets Gitzo-la." ^_^
Thank you much for your feedback PETER: Thanks for your compliment. JOS: Very glad you enjoy it. MAX: Exactly my thought as well when I first saw the sight. Thanks for commenting. ALLON: Thank you sir. HOWARD: I tried to keep it a secret indeed . . . ^_^ GAETAN: Merci, Gaetan. Don't you just love night scene? I know we both do. CHiPs: Thanks! JAYME: Thanks! I was hoping for the 2 tripods story.
Very cool, Wilson. The silouette makes this stand out.
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Sorry I never commented on this before. It's wonderful. I love the silhouette against the skyline. It's a gorgeous shot!!
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Super- I love the softness of the man in silhoutte. The relationship between the camera tripod, the space needle and the man are wonderful. What eyes!