Whitney Museum of American Art, 99 Gansevoort St, New York City, NY, USASeptember 4, 2015
Category: Archetecture Tagged: B&W, black and white, lights, New York City, Photography, stairs, steps, Timothy S. Allen, Whitney Museum of American Art
Got anything for vertigo?
Close your eyes? I’ve got one looking up as well.
my thought exactly! woooo fascinating
Thank you for your comment and for wandering around my blog.
my pleasure, I love looking at photos that are unusual and interesting.
What an amazing perspective
Thank you. Shooting in stairs can be a lot of fun. This would be considered the Whitney’s back stairs. The lights were a challenge plus getting my feet out of the way.
I can imagine..
That first misstep could be a doozy! Great shot.
Yes but my biggest challenge was to keep my feet out of the picture. One is there if you look closely. Thanks for the complement.
Had to look at it again and yes! There the right one is. My eye was drawn to the center of the photo and down…
Well, I’m glad you eye was not drawn to it. I would have had to have a light attached to it.
I hope you are continuing to improve. I suspect you’ve heard this, “Think positively”.
Thank you and there is some improvement but also some monkey wrenches 😦
Keep moving forward. Two steps back and three steps forward.
Oh wow…getting a bit dizzy. Fantastic photo
ladygrace33 thank you. As many do, I enjoy photographing stairs – moving or still. One of the challenges is to keep balanced.
I can imagine that would be challinging.
in the pure light tunnel
Beautiful capture, magical lights, love!
Thank you. Shooting in this space was a challenge. It was relatively small with people moving behind me. It seemed to work well.
What a great view. I love the shadowy person on the stairs – easier to spot than your foot!
Mary, thank you. Tight spaces and challenging. It seemed to work well.
Francis thank you
Love your blog! Happy to connect! Do check out my writings too, will appreciate your reviews 😃
Thank you so much for wandering around my blog and liking a number of images. I also appreciate you following my blog. Thank you for your invitation. Best with all of your blogging endeavors.
You’re welcome 🙂
I am instinctively drawing back from the “edge.” Great shot!
Thank you. It was a fairly tight staircase considering it was in the Whitney. Then again, it was the back stairs.
flip-flop tummy…I even panic at a second floor railing 🙂
Haha or maybe not.
when I see someone at the college hanging over a railing I always want to grab them and move them back. of course I don’t.
I went looking for your about page to see if you were a teacher. I couldn’t find it
I am a Historian
In what area? My MA is in Russian History with a minor in Chinese History.
M.A.Latin America, U.S.History, modern Europe. ABD
Thank you. Where are you teaching?
I am retired. I was what they call a Non-traditional student.” There is a lot of info about me in my blog, if you are interested. I’m on my little Kindle now, so too hard to search my blog. long story 🙂
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