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Greek Architecture

Greek Architecture

Completed in 1824, the SECOND BANK OF THE UNITED STATES is one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture, modeled on the Parthenon in Greece.
Please note: There is bird mesh wrapped around the top of the building.
Located at 420 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Sheila21-Jan-2010 01:57
Fantastic processing. Love the detail shot.
Jeff Lobaugh20-Jan-2010 05:07
Wonderful perspective. Very strong lines!
Carl and Racine Erland20-Jan-2010 03:52
Beautiful building...perfect choice for processing. - Racine
Timothy Guenther19-Jan-2010 10:58
Great processing!
Mieke WA Minkjan19-Jan-2010 06:12
neo-classic, nice processing
Dawn B19-Jan-2010 03:29
Cool, graphic processing. It really brings out the details in the architecture!
Walter O. Koenig19-Jan-2010 02:30
Great detail shot. Really like the processing on this.
Cindi Smith19-Jan-2010 01:30
I like this upshot of the portico! This is excellent and great in those golden sepia tones!
Mary Terry19-Jan-2010 01:21
Wonderful old architecture - built to last! I like your processing on this image.
Phillip Normanton18-Jan-2010 23:05
Is it a treatment, or is it a bird-mesh? It's a very posh bank, I wouldn't put my money in somewhere so swish! lol
Doug Cruden18-Jan-2010 22:33
I like your processing here Stephanie - and it's a good tight crop on the column tops and pediment
carol j. phipps18-Jan-2010 22:25
Strong lines! Effective pov.
Ieke Vonk18-Jan-2010 21:41
Love details, textures, patterns & colors!
Stewart Mitchell18-Jan-2010 19:09
Very nice tones , detail and I like the texture you have well!
Ronald Bijtenhoorn18-Jan-2010 18:45
Great detail, like the processing
Ilana gil18-Jan-2010 18:01
Love the processing here!
Kathryn18-Jan-2010 17:38
Interesting treatment.
J. Scott Coile18-Jan-2010 15:36
Very cool graphic processing.
maggie_falconi18-Jan-2010 15:18
Another great photo Stephanie, lovely details and tone!
Betty Vlasiu18-Jan-2010 15:14
Love the details, patterns and textures....well done!! v
heather18-Jan-2010 14:41
Love the texture! Very nicely done Stephanie! V
Available Light Images18-Jan-2010 14:31
So much better...
Bernard Davis18-Jan-2010 12:57
Great textures and detailing. Agree with Alistair about verticals though.
LynnH18-Jan-2010 12:54
Wonderful doric portico. I studied William Strickland architecture, he did quite a bit of work in Philly and in Nashville too. This is such a beautiful building, stately, like a bank should be!! V
Norman Richard18-Jan-2010 12:49
really looks old.
Available Light Images18-Jan-2010 12:42
A BAnk, huh.. Love the work you've done here, lots of texture and contrast, good job. Your pillar needs to vertical though, up is up, everything else is irrelevant. Straighten the left-side column and crop again, it'll be right... ciao, Alister
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