The Solomon

© Philippe Roberge

The Solomon

Uploaded: February 11, 2022 | Entered: February 11, 2022 07:31:08

Description

The Solomon Guggenheim museum in New York is an iconic building, so how can we capture it differently? This picture was framed in a way to see only a few elements and still being able to identify the building. The picture was taken in winter and it was perfect to make this black and white photo in 35mm.

Comments

Terry Korpela level-deluxe February 11, 2022 1

Nicely Done Philippe! #1776934

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