A beautiful composition!
Thank you, Susan.
The image with towers in the background has good elements in it but needs editing. There is too much going on. It looks more like a random photo than a thoughtful work of art.
Thanks for the advice. I’ll try next time.
This is such a beautiful shot! I love the tree and its blossoms in the front, framing the building. It looks wonderful! 😊
Thank you very much. I just wanted to combine the beauty of spring bloom with the amazing austerity of the architecture of this famous Boston skyscraper. It looks like you liked my decision.
You’re very welcome! And yes, I think it was a great decision. The picture turned out so gorgeous!
Thank you. This is one of the landmarks of Boston.
I loved those clouds. Looks like they are going to cover the building like a blanket.
Thank you so much. We are very lucky. There are clouds in our sky almost all the time. Sometimes these are very nice white amazing air clouds, but sometimes they are gray and look a little scary.
I love the soft elements of the floral foreground imposed on the harsh man elements in the background. They emphasize each other. I personally don’t find the background too busy the shape compliments the branches in the foreground. That’s the beauty of art. It’s in the eyes of the beholder.
Many thanks. This is exactly what I was trying to achieve in this photo – to combine two different qualities: softness and severity.
Well done 👍😃
I’m glad you liked it.
This image is very beautiful
Thank you very much.
In 1967, while attending BU, I could see this building from anywhere in the city.
Thank you. It may not be the most amazing building in the world, but it still attracts everyone who comes to Boston.
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I admit that this photo inspires me. Here I see a surprising meeting of a big city and a small part of nature.
Many thanks. Boston is a very unique city because, like any American city, it has many streets, avenues, highways, skyscrapers, but it also has many parks, squares, embankments and trees that just grow on the streets near houses.
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