Monday, July 21, 2008

Grand Central

tourist Bob takes a photo in the main hall of Grand Central Station, Manhattan, NYC


Sometimes, in spite of the hustle and bustle surrounding you, you just have to stop and take a photo. Go ahead, it lasts longer! My cousin thinks so, as seen here in Grand Central Station, Manhattan.

14 comments:

Millie said...

great photo demonstrating motion and stillness.

√ėyvind said...

A very nice photo, I love the dynamics in it. Beautiful station btw.

Matthew said...

It's such a great place for a photo. Unfortunately, mine didn't come out as well as yours.

Serge said...

would look better if shot from the same level as subject.

Linda said...

Never been to Grand Central Station and have always wanted to. Thanks for showing what it looks like!

Sue said...

Two things I love about this picture. The guy taking the photograph on the lower right, and the blurry people showing the hustle and bustle. Awesome shot!

Pamela Kramer said...

That is really cool! Thanks for sharing.

Sharanya said...

Ooh, it's beautiful! Although I sort-of agree with Serge, the contrasting effect is so wonderful; especially the lighting. Congrats on your 365th post, btw. I haven't been online in a while, and now I realize what I've missed! I love all the snaps you've taken this past week.

yellowdog granny said...

holy shit!...great photo..jackie O. would be proud..

Nodin's Nest said...

Love the lighting here and the guy in the New York T-shirt! Right place, right T-shirt!

sogratefultobemormon.wordpress.com said...

wow, the blurry people look soooo neat ... almost look unreal. cool, kathleen

torasham said...

very good shoot.......
the blur..the focus...i don't know you called it, but i think this photo is perfect.

Rachel S said...

You never cease to amaze me! This picture is absolutely stunning!

Carol said...

How'd you get the movement in the same shot as the still people (whatever you call that)? They guy with the camera (your cousin) and the man with his back to you in the midground are both still, but all the folks around them are in movement blurs. I think the positioning makes for a really interesting juxtaposition.