New York City’s Statue of Liberty
What were your first thoughts when you saw this photograph?
Sure you recognized the Statue of Liberty, but then what were your thoughts? How did he get the moon behind the statue? Or perhaps, how did he make it look like a snow globe?
Actually, I shot this photograph with my iPhone peering through the eyepiece of a telescope in our room at New York City’s Ritz-Carlton Battery Park.
The round shape is the view offered through the telescope. I then added a little color boost, and a
snarky gnarly frame during post-production.
It just serves to show us that we should always be looking for the unusual when shooting travel photography.
What unusual photographs have you captured while traveling?
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Hi – that is very clever indeed – I would never have worked that out myself, I tend to use a lot of iphone camera apps (16 on iphone currently)
great photo – I will retweet it.
Great photo. My first thought was a statue in a globe. Very cool.
David, do you know the meaning of “snarky”?
For your edification, here it is:
sarcastic: sarcastically critical or mocking and malicious ( informal )
“a snarky remark”
Thank you for correcting my error. You’re absolutely right, I shouldn’t have used the word snarky. I meant to say gnarly, and snarky is what came out of my fingers. I’m going to blame the early onset of senility on this one.