© Joseph N. DiGilio


Uploaded: June 15, 2010


The Chrysler Building in NYC is one of the world's most recognizable but few ever get a good look at the Art Deco, stainless steel, winged radiator caps that adorn it. Here is a bird's eye view of one of them.

Exif: F Number: 7.1, Exposure Bias Value: 0.33, ExposureTime: 10/5000 seconds, Flash: did not fire., ISO: 400, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 180.00 mm, Model: NIKON D200


Joannie Bertucci level-classic June 15, 2010

Absolutely amazing Joseph! A point of view that is totally unique! #1279185

Michelle Alton June 16, 2010

This is an absolutely astonishing re-entry (of you)! Nobody has seen this view, for sure! And it's magnificent work! #8698076

Patrick Rouzes level-classic June 17, 2010

Hey, Joseph, a big welcome back, my friend! Great to see a posting from you!
A bird's eye view it is! Amazing pov, detail, clarity, & EOD! Have a great day! #8700820

Patrick Rouzes level-classic July 12, 2010

CONGRATULATIONS, Joseph,, on this superb finalist! I am not surprised to see this again! WTG! #8752698

Stefania Barbier level-addict July 13, 2010

congratulations on your wonderful finalist!!! #8756510

Irene Colling level-classic July 16, 2010

A birds eye view? So that is how you get so many great shots, you fly around the city with a camera attached to your wing.

Excellent image, well captured and nicely presented.

Congratulations on the finalist. #8767771

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