The Gates in the Wind

© James R. Jackson

The Gates in the Wind

Uploaded: March 08, 2005

Description

A shot of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's Gates Project in Central Park, New York City. This shot was taken mid-morning, under clear skies, on February 19, 2005. Canon 28-90 mm zoom lens, ISO 100, aperture 4.9, shutter speed 6.4, f/S 5.6.

Comments

Mary J. Costa Pearson March 08, 2005

great shot of the gates! Wish I could have been there to see them in person. They seem really cool! #222847

Colette M. Metcalf March 08, 2005

Nice shot!! #1157635

James R. Jackson March 09, 2005

Mary and Colette, thank you for your kind words. I wish that EVERYONE could have seen the Gates. Granted, there are some people who just didn't "get it," but I believe it was a monumental artistic feat! And, although the Gates would have looked cool in any season, the saffron color of the Gates SPRANG from the gray landscape of winter. I only wish my photos could capture the greatness of it! Thanks again! Happy shooting! Jay
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