#5

Pour Danielle [photoblog.com].

Photos prises le 21 février 2008 dans le centre-ville de Montréal et au nord de celui-ci, en compagnie de mon frère.

Ce fut une scéance très inspirée, malgré que je n'ai pu effectuer autant de photos que je l'aurais voulu une fois la nuit tombée, mon trépied rendu inutilisable par la perte d'une pièce capitale. Merci cependant à mon frère qui m'a prêté le sien le temps de capturer cette éclipse lunaire totale.

Pour d'autres photos de Montréal [photoblog.com]…

Mon frère et moi.

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    • # Dadlak

      good ones...I like the action shots..wish I could do those. I also take pictures of my city, Baton Rouge, LA USA....much less snow (actually none).

      2008.03.19 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Geneviã¨Ve

      J'aime toujours tes photos de Montréal. Tu vois des choses que je ne remarquerais jamais, comme dans 4 et 5. Et j'aime vraiment les deux premiéres aussi. Bon bien, finalement, je les aime toutes.

      2008.03.06 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Rodolphe Eneida

      Wow je craque pour la 2. Decidement je ne sais pas si c est Montreal ou bien le hasard mais il y a de tres beaux collectifs de photobloggers dans ta ville. Je visite notamment tres regulierement les sites de Roumi, Fakesch et JR...j ignore si tu les connais mais je retrouve des similitudes dans ce que vous faites.

      2008.02.29 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Tim

      wow wow what amazing perspectives, each photo has its special touch, really a good set!

      2008.02.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Holly

      The perspective in photo three is truly phenomenal. I love how you've angled the camera there. Always, always good work.

      2008.02.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Ezechiel

      je les aimes toutes mais là 7 m'attire particulièrement,la scene,les gens qui essais de se frayer un chemin à travers les impatients automobilistes,les couleurs de fin de journée(j'aime beaucoup);bien capter Frèro.

      2008.02.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Harry Oldmeadow

      Another eye-catching series of very interesting images, beautifully constructed. Every shot has something of interest but I especially like #3 (the vapour trail sets off the geometry perfectly!), #5 in which the colour of the buildingf and the arch of the streetlamp finish off a beautiful composition, #8 (interesting reflections) and #9 which looks like a cityscape out of a movie! Wonderful work!

      2008.02.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Storytaylor

      quality set, displaying some real jewels. I love the vision that you have some of it. absolutely stunning. one day I will stop there.

      2008.02.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Unige

      The first picture is so great! And the 11 is funny, I recognised one of your digital ed.challenge-pictures in the window ;)

      2008.02.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Mat

      Madoc my friend, THIS is what the urban landscape is SUPPOSED to look like! Those first two shots are simply stunning and went immediately into my faves.

      You have serious talent my friend and in so many different aspects of digital photography. You continue to be a major inspiration for me. If you ever see a shot from me that are similar to the first two, remember that imatation is the sincerest form of flattery! Absolutely stunning work!

      2008.02.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jacki

      Great post, Some very nice urban shots. This post reminded me of my daughters shots (lexlevans). The first is just beautiful!

      2008.02.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sebastian Ekdahl

      Great set friend :], many here that i really liked! Liked the view on the #6 and the colour in #11, makes it special.

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lexlevans

      i love urban photography!! :-) #1 looks fabulous - i love taking photos from that angle of really tall buildings. i also love the reflection in #8. and the tree that twists and turns in every angle in front of the building in the background. great set :-)

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Michka43

      les perspectives de la 1 et de la 2 sont géniales, le reflet dans la 8 aussi, génial!!

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lynda

      The perspective of the first is a bit like riding on a "daring" theme park ride and getting ready to ascend to the top. Wonderful collection of urban shots??and a brilliant last photo. Bravo.

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jeff Hubbard

      There is a wonderful dynamicthroughout this set. Sharp images from a modern city, yet personal too. Nice viewing. ?:o)

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Tantatantan

      great urban shots! especially #2 is superb! I love its amazing perspective. really really good work :)

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Dominique

      très belles perspectives de Montréal, sans parler de l'éclipse qui m'a paralysée quelques secondes!

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Liz

      Great photos, I love Montreal, such a lovely city! And I love the perspective in 2, 3, 5 and 8 - a great reminder to always look up!

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sherij

      WOW the 1st 2 are stunning great angles!! Awesome looking buildings! Love the perspective you take on city shots great eye!! Cool that the plane went right over you as you snapped the building!!

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Monika

      What dizzy perspectives of the first two! Did you shoot in the mirror when taken the third shot? Looks really cool... On no4 the yellow building looks like lifted by the cran! My french is = 0, but I guess these shots are taken on the day of the eclipse!? Even concrete buildings are alive through your camera! Fantastic, really fantastic!

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lissa

      Fantastic set. I absolutely LOVE the first one, and #4 is very clever. What a great way to start my day!

      2008.02.27 Edited Reply Cancel

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