Une Grande Entrée

© Nikki McDonald

Une Grande Entrée

Uploaded: April 15, 2019 | Entered: April 15, 2019 12:39:16

Description

Submitted for the PG101 Curves Theme

The main staircase at Chambord, one of the best known chateaux of the Loire Valley in France, is said to have been designed by (or constructed after a design by) Leonardo da Vinci. A double helix staircase, it is both an impressive architectural feat and great fun to explore with a friend.
What you see here is NOT what you would see were you to visit this castle, but rather a vertical photo of part of one side, mirrored and composited into this horizontal.
Category: Man-Made

Exif: F Number: 2.8, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/30 seconds, Flash: fired, auto mode, ISO: 64, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 6.00 mm, Model: KODAK P712 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA

Comments

Amanda D. Austwick level-classic April 15, 2019

Beautiful cathedral steps! #1723992

Dominick M. Dimacale level-addict April 15, 2019

Lovely image in b/w, Nikki... #11761519

Michele Peterson level-classic April 15, 2019

Wow, Nikki, really cool editing work and perfect in b/w! #11761520

Candice C. Calhoun level-deluxe April 15, 2019

AWESOME photo, love it for the 101 theme! Nice! #11761543

Bob Cournoyer level-classic April 15, 2019

Great pov, and b/w.... :-)
Happy Theme Day #11761584

Bob Cournoyer level-classic April 15, 2019

Guess I should've read the description first....great post processing... :-) #11761585

Rudi Reiner level-classic April 15, 2019

Wow, what a cool architectural shot! #11761607

Mitch Spence level-classic April 16, 2019

This is a great choice for mirroring and resulting architectural fascination. Excellent choice for black and white as well. #11761700

Emile Abbott level-deluxe May 22, 2019

Magnificent and exceptional in B&W. Congrats on Finalist, Nikki. #11767938

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