Van Ness & Bush

Mariott Hotel on Van Ness & Bush Street. San Francisco, CA.

November 19, 2009 | 37 comments
Abstract D700

EXIF: Aperture: ƒ/2.8 | Exposure bias: -4/6EV | Focal length: 70mm | ISO: 125 | Shutter speed: 1/1600s |



37 comments

  • johnny on 19.11.2009 @ 12:58

    This, I like.

  • yz on 19.11.2009 @ 13:10

    cool pattern

  • minimodi on 19.11.2009 @ 13:58

    really cool shot.

  • Elaine- on 19.11.2009 @ 14:13

    reminds me of playing with legos as a child... very cool shot!!!

  • hoi on 19.11.2009 @ 14:28

    I like this a lot! I tried doing this a few days ago but ended up with something that just wasn't working. Good job!

  • deceptive on 19.11.2009 @ 17:13

    Good one, love these type of shots.

  • Devyn on 19.11.2009 @ 23:21

    I am always a huge fan of dead on high-rise shots. Chicago was great for that (go to the tops of parking garages)... Not as easy in NYC.

  • bluechameleon on 20.11.2009 @ 00:23

    The pattern is so cool. I like this...a bit of various lives in each window, many different stories. Bravo!

  • Sylvain on 20.11.2009 @ 03:23

    Nice place :/
    Cool pattern and nice process.

  • mark / one way photo on 20.11.2009 @ 04:11

    Super shot of repeating patterns - really love this! Great work...

  • Ariel on 20.11.2009 @ 04:42

    Wow, makes me feel really claustrophobic! Great capture.

  • Oscar on 20.11.2009 @ 06:05

    Paralelas y perpendiculares... que bonito. Simple pero genial

  • elaine on 20.11.2009 @ 06:08

    wow! the graphism feels the screen and almost pops out of it ! you ve done it again!!!!

  • don on 20.11.2009 @ 10:49

    This building with so many windows makes a fine abstract or pattern shot. I like it very much.

  • fabrizio on 20.11.2009 @ 15:44

    brilliant shot very creative

  • rian on 20.11.2009 @ 19:26

    looking at this just made me a bit woozy, or was it the rum i drank?! hmm.. either ways, this is one great capture.. ;) nice work, man! :D

  • Antoine on 21.11.2009 @ 06:29

    Beautiful capture. Have a lovely week-end. Antoine.

  • Laszlo on 21.11.2009 @ 08:40

    Great capture! Reminds me of the photo series of Hong Kong Architecture that Michael Wolf did - really worth checking out! http://www.photomichaelwolf.com/hongkongarchitecture/

  • Mariana on 21.11.2009 @ 14:26

    bravo for this crop ! love it .. simply love it .. maybe the same shot you can post in BW .. it will be super too :)))

  • Luis on 21.11.2009 @ 21:46

    Man, this is impressive...

  • Arjan - PlasticDaisy on 22.11.2009 @ 08:45

    I love shot like this one! The symmetry, but also the small deviations from the symmetry are beautiful!

  • jelb on 22.11.2009 @ 11:17

    bonsoir,
    a nice graphic picture..Good idea..bravo!

  • Marie on 22.11.2009 @ 12:18

    très graphique, j'aime bien.

  • Ken on 22.11.2009 @ 13:16

    so good in the repetitive patterns. Like the lamps thru the curtains in some windows.

  • Marco Marques on 22.11.2009 @ 20:06

    So nice man! Great patter!

  • joshi daniel on 23.11.2009 @ 05:57

    i liked how you have shot a simple thing beautifully!

  • Csaba/EyeVision on 23.11.2009 @ 07:45

    Nice. I like the simmetry.

  • crash on 23.11.2009 @ 08:13

    looks like someone is doing a little spy work on the side!

  • Otto K. on 24.11.2009 @ 21:54

    this is almost hypnotic. cool.

  • Krista on 25.11.2009 @ 07:23

    Wow! So cool!

  • pedro alexandre on 25.11.2009 @ 13:29

    great patterns and repatitions, very straight framing.

  • moodaholic on 29.11.2009 @ 12:47

    This is really good. The first thing I did look for was a person in one of the windows. Now, what would have been perfect.

  • terrorkitten on 03.12.2009 @ 18:32

    reminds me of andreas gursky's work.

  • Turnbill on 06.12.2009 @ 18:42

    Great architectural study.

  • digitalExpress on 09.12.2009 @ 08:18

    Great framing of an interesting pattern.

  • Sunil on 10.12.2009 @ 12:17

    This is really amazing man...I really appreciate the way u make huge things feel small. Wonderful :)

  • LightningPaul on 24.01.2010 @ 17:13

    WOW ! ! ! !
    I wish I made this image :-)