Winter Trees

I find that juxtaposition is a great tool when composing photographs. I made this image while on lunch break in Boston last week. The towering glass of the Prudential Center fit nicely with the barren trees in the foreground. There was a light snow falling and the trees were wet. You can just barely make out the snow in the dark lines between the windows. This image was shot through a window and there is a slight hint of a reflection. The Leica 90mm Tele Elmarit worked great here as a 135mm on the Sony Nex-7. I also like that the lines are starting to converge a bit. I did not want to straighten them out as it would have made the image different.

Sony Nex7 w/Leica 90mm Tele Elmarit

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