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Posted by
mirela (ann arbor, United States) on 4 June 2010 in Architecture and Portfolio.

downtown Chicago

SONY DSLR-A330 1/30 second F/3.5 ISO 125 18 mm

ishm from dubai, United Arab Emirates

great looking building!..but the diagonal beams that go across the facade limits the view of the building's occupants.

4 Jun 2010 5:09am

Tede from Aubenas 07, France

Superb graphics and a sense of dizzying heights. Splendid pdv. beautiful day.

4 Jun 2010 5:59am

Photome from Uden, Netherlands

Strong pov and very good graphic subject!

4 Jun 2010 10:05am

Siepi from Belgium

The POV strengthen the game of lining.
Building stands out well against the sky.
Nice photo.

4 Jun 2010 12:28pm

Amanda from Jersey City, United States

great pov! love this graphic image

4 Jun 2010 1:16pm

Nick from Los Altos, California, United States

great lighting

4 Jun 2010 4:57pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Wonderful architectural shot.

4 Jun 2010 6:30pm

Ted from South Wales, United Kingdom

thought I recognised those struts ...nicely done.

4 Jun 2010 6:44pm

@Ted: Wow, I like yours better, Ted! Glad to see that we both have similar POV :)

k@ from Paris, France

Oooooh, i feel like a lil'ant, love the sensation !!

4 Jun 2010 9:32pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A super POV in this shot. This makes avery powerful image. Love it.

4 Jun 2010 11:15pm

Wild Mustang Photography from Carlisle, United States

Beautiful shot! Looks like the cover of a magazine!

5 Jun 2010 2:00am

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Look up, way up. Nice point of view, hope you didn't get a crook in your neck.

5 Jun 2010 2:04am

Céline from New York City, United States

I love the Hancock Tower ! Nice shot !

5 Jun 2010 3:26am

Mici from Tg Mures, Romania

wow, well captured

11 Jun 2010 6:09am

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

Very graphic image! And about the location....such a building can be in almost any and every bif city in the world.....Plenty of them here!

23 Jun 2010 5:33am

1/30 second
ISO 125
18 mm