Thursday, November 1, 2007

Shadow Tree

I took this picture a few weeks ago along the side of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I'm not sure why I like it, but I find it a peaceful scene. I think it has something to do with the angle of the building and the leaning tree. Pretty soon with the cold weather coming we won't be able to photograph green trees for a while!

10 comments:

DaveM said...

Is the tree leaning or is it the angle of the building that makes it appear so?

Olivier said...

un beau contrasme entre la nature et l'architecture moderne. se promener dans Central-Park....quel bonheur

A beautiful contrasme between nature and modern architecture. Strolling along Central-Park .... what happiness

Gudl said...

That is definitely an interesting shot!

Kerri said...

The building and the tree look like they are leaning. Really neat shot!

Blue Wave 707 said...

Leaning tree? Cool! Plus, you got nature among the modern architecture.

lv2scpbk said...

It does look peaceful.

I emailed the Historical Society to ask them the meaning of my blue wall mural photo. They gave me an interesting description. Please stop by my site to read about it. Thanks.

Wanda said...

With everyone posting a blue theme today...your's fits in so nicely.

I really like the picture..good angle! It is peaceful.

Neva said...

I feel like I should turn my head sideways to see this better..but no...it is a great photo..you have quite the eye ...

Moi said...

love the slope of the building here ....and leaning tree is an interesting touch .

Ming the Merciless said...

It does look very peaceful. In fact, it looks a little tilted towards the left, like the slope of the glass wall.