Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Looking Up 2



While I'm on the subject of looking up, this is another shot from a while back (hopefully I didn't post this before!) of part of the Richard Meier Towers in Greenwich Village. Here is a bit of info from the website canso.harmonylogic.com: "The two Perry Street residential condominiums located in Greenwich Village mark Pritzker Prize architect Richard Meier's first Manhattan project since Westbeth in the late 1960's. The 16 story towers stand at the north and south corners of Perry and West Street in the West Village overlooking the Hudson River. Their transparent minimal form will make a striking addition to a section of the New York City skyline otherwise known for its low rise, turn of the (19th) century red brick structures.

5 comments:

the_plainsman said...

I like the drama of this photo and how you captured those few wispy clouds that somehow balances the whole image in several different ways, not only visually.

Olivier said...

j'aime bien ces perspectives, on se sent si petit ;o)

Blue Wave 707 said...

Love the canted angle perspective!

Wanda said...

What a great angle....

GMG said...

I prefer looking up one!!