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Saatchi Gallery versus The Millennium Eye
06-FEB-2005

Saatchi Gallery versus The Millennium Eye

Olympus E-1
1/4s f/2.8 at 14.0mm iso800 full exif

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Ana Carloto O'Shea11-Dec-2006 16:44
Having had a chance to walk by that place, I've finaly understood how hard it must have been for you to get this shot... The angle is fantastic yes, and I can picture you there almost face to the ground to get your shot, with an amazing iso 800.
There's a lot here for me to learn from.
Congratulations Niall.
Sergio Rojkes13-Aug-2005 16:39
Love the perspective you choosed, The wite light of the wheel balance the hole frame.
Ser
Cuneyt Ozerdag03-Apr-2005 19:30
I always have difficulty having shots like this - parts of two objects. I tend to think this way the composition will be rubbish. On the contrary this image proves how impressing it could be... Well done... One of the most impressing pictures I have seen for a while...
Dominic Burke12-Mar-2005 21:23
this is a great shot of the eye
Andrea Aschedamini09-Feb-2005 22:42
lines vs curves !!!
cool point of view Niall.
ciao
Andrea
whiskey0107-Feb-2005 06:35
This shot really works well! I love the contrast between new and old. Voting!
t t07-Feb-2005 02:30
fascinating image Niall! i love the perspective...and there's an amazing mix of new and old...
Guest 07-Feb-2005 02:18
I WANT TO GO ON THIS FERRIS WHEEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!
jude06-Feb-2005 21:59
Omg.. this is WOW..
Staid and steadfast for eons, and crazily modern and whirring..
Nice juxtaposition and the vibrancy kicks ass