Shooting One World Trade

Walked through southern Manhattan the other day and stopped to shoot One World Trade

It was a gray day, late in the afternoon and I had my camera on me. I wasn’t planning on being in the area but I’d walked over the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan and there I was.

There are so many lines in this architecture that it’s actually difficult to shoot, or to come up with something a bit different than every other shot we see of One World Trade.

I like what I got here though.

One World Trade

One World Trade. December 13, 2018 at 4:21pm. Sony A7iii, Tamron 28-75, 1/100 at f11.

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