Sunday, June 10, 2007

Perspective


This house was built on the top of a sharp corner. I ever loved perspective you see stopping and watching in front of vertex corner. --- Nice week-end to everyone !

Questa casa venne costruita in cima ad un angolo acuto. Mi è sempre piaciuta la prospettiva visibile mettendosi di fronte al vertice dell'angolo. --- Buon fine settimana a tutti !
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22 comments:

Kate said...

I find these buildings to be both attractive and fascinating. I call them "wedge building"--your photo is great!

Bleeding Orange said...

That's a good photo and I agree, this perspective is really nice.

Nikon said...

Great shot - you stood in the right spot :)

jules said...

Beautiful shot! So clear and crisp.

calusarus said...

A small Iron Building, like in NYC. Il like a lot your photo.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Your night photos are spectacular. They are so clear and the colors are so intense.

Looks like the Flatiron Building in midtown.

Leena said...

I was commenting this photo in your other blog!
But what did you say about surfing in Internet and reading, it`s happening also to me. but, when I am in summer cabin, it`s time to read, if visitors are not there, of course :)

Good Sunday you too!

Ele ^_^ said...

Caspita questa foto mi ricorda un compito di fotografia che ho dovuto fare qualche mese fa.. Fare una foto con una prospettiva con 2 punti di fuga.. La tua foto sarebbe stata perfetta.. Complimenti!

teo mocchi said...

Superb, Fabrizio!!!

teo mocchi said...

...and the zebra crossing adds a surreal distorsion perspective!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice shot. I like it. New York City has a similar kind of building and is featured in many shots of that city.

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Chris & Deb said...

This is a fantastic perspective! And there seems to be so much action...and yet nothing is really moving!
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Jilly said...

Great perspective and I love the lights in the windows, along with the other lights that illuminate the photograph. Really good and beautiful photograph of your lovely city.

Nathalie said...

There's a fantastic perspective effect here, good catch!
Your night shot is wonderful.

I wonder what it's like to live in one of those very narrow pointed buildings???

Chuckeroon said...

We've got one here in Richmond. I love it, but it's not easy to photograph in the best way. I'm working on it and will let you know. Done one...but it's not up to standard.

Greetings to you , F

isabella said...

That wedge building makes me smile ;-)

Karola&Pamp said...

What a great place. And so lovely photo.
We looked your previous photos and we have to visit Torino. The city looks just wonoderfull. And we are going to visit Italy next summer (Gosh, how a long time) so maybe we'll be able to visit your city as well. That could be nice.
Anyway. Great shots.

albi said...

e le strisce pedonali sono la ciliegina sulla torta!

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Thank you very much about your nice words i have appreciated a lot. I also have to say that Teo and Albi -about zebra crossing- centered the point !

Oya said...

That is a real good job. Framing, lights, perspective, everything...

skuiki said...

we also have really similar building here in Ljubljana, Slovenia and it is called "pegelzen" (archaic expression for iron).

Ioanna said...

This is a realy wonderful picture!