December 08, 2008

morning, Transamerica Building


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photo by Donald Kinney


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photo by Donald Kinney

Monkey see, monkey do...
Ever since I saw Plug1's backlit photo of the Transamerica Building I have been trying to catch it under the same atmospheric conditions.   Above are my feeble attempts, but Plug1's photo is a billion times better than what you see here.

Here's the URL of Plug1's great photo:
http://www.whatimseeing.com/2008/06/05/sight-ems-53/

By the way, you can stay current with Plug1&2's super interesting blog at:
http://www.whatimseeing.com


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7 comments:

Tomate Farcie said...

A well deserved plug (no pun intended initially) for the Plugs! ;)

I like the top one very, very much.

Tomate Farcie said...

Come to think of it, I like the bottom one very much, as well. I photographed that building many times but never managed to see that in my lense! Great shots!

Plug1 said...

thanks, Don. coming from a master such as yourself -- that means alot.

i took our shot before DST around 6 at night. just got lucky i guess, with the fog rolling in beforehand.

Deborah Godin said...

The one you linked to is really something, but I think your photos are very impressive, too. I wonder if it looks that way in person, too, or does the camera add emphasis of its own?

Deborah Godin said...

...and his other vehicle has PAROLEE

AphotoAday said...

HELLO EVERYBODY AND HELLO PLUG1:

Thanks for letting me know that was shot in late afternoon -- my shot, of course, was in the morning from the other side (near City Lights)...

I should check out the City late in the afternoon -- I doubt if I would have much trouble ordering up some fog...

Best regards, Don and Kitty

photowannabe said...

Awesome shots Don. Love the way the first one looks like a beacon.
Now I'm off to see the links. Thanks for giving them to us.

 
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