Sunday, June 21, 2009

Shooting In The Rain

One of the wettest June's in New York history has provided photographers with ample opportunities to collect rainy day and night shots.

Looking for a different angle is always important and when I saw a bike and the lights from busy Atlantic Avenue, I knew there was a picture to be made. But I needed to have a person in it and the lady with the red umbrella - with the wet streets reflecting the lights - made a nice shot.

Here's the one-time tallest building in Brooklyn. One Hanson Place. Opened in 1929, it's now filled with ritzy, high-priced condos. Starting prices are in the low $600,000 range. Don't ask about the prices up near the clock tower. I liked the red neon clock face and hands. That feature really stands out at night.

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