One of the many things I love about this website is how it shows different ideas for amazing photographs. I feel inspired. Thank you Ivan.
The talent to create the shot is obvious. The creativity to 'see' the shot is something special. Well done Ivan, inspirational.
Congrats on your POTD. Great eye to see and create unique photography as your work shows so well.
All the best!
This photo exemplifies the wonderful serendipity of finding a fresh perception of what we've become conditioned to not really seeing due to familiarity. Reflecting surfaces and visual distortions can help 'cleanse the doors of perception'. The fragments of coloured glass are refracting light at different angles here, and the image of the Empire State Building appears twice, on opposite sides of the photo, in different hues. I only noticed the slightly out of focus image of this building in the blue fragment on the left after scanning around the refraction planes in the photo several times. I found the visual disorientation I experienced looking at this photo to be engaging and interesting.
Congratulations to you, Ivan, in having your excellent photo appear here as the Photo of the Day, and also be published in the March issue of the National Geographic magazine!
Congratulations Ivan. Very well deserved. It is clever, beautiful and current. Keep up the outstanding work!
Wow! Finding such a box is amazing! Right place, right time and talented photographer at the ready! Congratulations Ivan! Patti P.
Wonderful shot, Ivan!! I love the colors. Such a creative idea. I'm so happy to see it as Photo of the Day! Congrats!
A really interesting shot, with that famous buildings reflection caught so well. With the blurred all over image it is certainly different, but well liked by me. But whats with the box thing, and why was it in the middle of the bridge? Whatever, it gave you an unusual shot j.e.s.
Fantastic shot my friend. Congratulations on the Picture of The Day selection. You have a true talent to see ordinary objects in life and turn them to beautiful images. Keep shooting Ivan and let the the world see your beautiful images.
A very well deserved PoD! As always EXCEPTIONAL WORK! You have the ability to find and reproduce scenes most people wouldn't even see, let alone take a photograph of.
Congratulations Ivan! What a wonderful achievement........This photo really shows your unique take on the World!
@INGUA SHARMA ;-))))) Thanks !!!
@Lawrence Sibley Thank You very much Lawrence ,much appreciated...
@Kandias Overton No idea but the creativity is great .....Thanks....I will take a better look when am around next time....
@Nino Barhanovic Hvala....
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