Sunday, March 22, 2009

Philly Attribute


We just moved to the east coast last year and I'm really loving all that Philly has to offer. One of my favorite features of the city are all the brick sidewalks and cobblestone streets. What a great place!

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15 comments:

Melinda said...

LOVE this picture!! That macro button does some pretty amazing stuff! I also really like the colors here, subdued, but pretty. Lovely feature!

Janelle said...

I like this shot. I like city street shots.

Katy said...

this is really pretty! GREAT ANGLE too! I love cities that take such good care of simple things like sidewalks!

Breezi said...

Ohh I miss Philly. My hubby and I met at the Philly 3rd ward (Singles ward). He lived in Elkins Park. I lived in Norristown. Good times.

I love how you did the focus on this shot!

Teryn said...

I love your focus area here. It really does feature the brick. You made something really simple, that people thoughlessly walk over everyday, really beautiful.

Mindy said...

I love it! I love the focus, I love the brick, and I really want to visit your city someday. My husband loves Philadelphia.

Teri said...

Very Beautiful picture, I love how the focus in on the bricks and the rest is blurry, and I like the way you framed it. Well done.

Rachel H. said...

So cool! Great city shot. I love your depth of field here.

Riggs Family said...

Cool

Shanda Call said...

Great job! I like the shallow depth of field you have...I would love to see it with a little more of the brick in focus, just to see the effect it gives to the picture, but this is very nice too.

princess jen said...

Great angle! I like the texture of the brick and your depth of field. Way to go!

Holly said...

Love how you focused on the brick and blurred out everything else. good job.

Blake said...

fantastic picture! I love the roads out there and the old victorian and colonial homes. Im so jealous!

Lindy said...

Great use of aperture to play with depth of field! I love the composition, the only thing I maybe would suggest would be to reduce your shutter speed a little bit to brighten up the overall photo.

AprilF said...

Thanks everyone! Thanks for the CC Lindy- I actually burned the background and darkened the exposure on this pics- maybe I should have left it lighter :)