Tickling Manhattan, by Nancy Sámano

 

From Liberty Island, Manhattan rest at the other side. A cold December morning, the city looks gorgeous with a clean sky. A lonely and “bald” tree watch Manhattan from far, and jokes with it tickling its skyscraper.

Tickling Manhattan, by Nancy Sámano
Technical Info: Canon PowerShot G11 | Exposure: 1/800 | Aperture: f/4.5 | ISO: 100 | Focal Length 8.9 mm
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | March 15

Title of the photograph: Tickling Manhattan
Photo of the Day Award Category: Artistic Photography
Photograph Location: New York | The United States

Photographer: Nancy Sámano Velázquez (Guadalajara, Jal. Mexico)
Nancy Sámano. Photographer by accident, observer by conviction, she is a Cultural Producer since 2005. She studied Cinema Direction in Barcelona City, and later screenplay creation in New York City. This place intensifies her interest in photography. In Guadalajara México, city where she born in 1981 and lives now, she exposes her work in several galleries. In Spain, she filmed and wrote two short cuts and now she is writing a long film screenplay.

Portfolio: http://nancysamano.com
Facebook: http://facebook.com/nancinescribe
Twitter: http://twitter.com/nancinescribe

2 replies
  1. Loren
    Loren says:

    i absolutely love this picture. great angle AND eye of capturing a huge city under a tree…could have some great symbolism if you wanted it too.

    Reply
  2. Mark Smith
    Mark Smith says:

    This picture immediately said cold, clear, clean , winters day.
    Love the shot. It conveyed the message and is beautiful.

    Reply

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