Fade to white

A building on South Wabash, Chicago. I was on my way to Central Camera and just loved the leading lines when I looked up!
I debated with myself about removing the building on the right but left it in for context. Wabash runs parallel with State Street but is much narrower and the L runs down it covering the middle of the street. The first time you hear the train pass overhead you will look up!


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9 Comments

  1. John Reply

    Nice graphic shot, I wonder if the previous American shots look cool in b&w?

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  2. Budi Reply

    i love this one…very minimalist :)

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  3. hsigrist Reply

    minimalist, simple and the ‘degradè’ of color is nice

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  4. Eric Reply

    wow! the lines are great!
    seeing this photo give me the feeling that I’ve been looking up for a long time, seeing those great lines, and it hurts my neck. But of course, it all only happening in my mind :)

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  5. Gareth Marlow Reply

    I think you were right to leave in the other building.

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  6. sebastian Reply

    beautifull lines! Very Nice Photo!

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  7. coffeelover Reply

    I love the texture and lines in this image. It is very captivating.

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  8. Flickr: lunaticprophet Reply

    lunaticprophet has posted a comment:

    I’m glad you left the building on the right also… it adds context, scale, and adds to what would’ve been an negative space. well seen.

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