I have been drooling for a quite awhile now for these types of images and have been wanting to take them facing downward to Canal St. in New Orleans at twilight. Canal Street is very unique, so long and wide, but it is also very hard to shoot unless your are up high, and I mean way up there. These shots here were taken from the top of the World Trade Center building at the foot of Canal Street where the view is just incredible and beyond description; you will be surprised also how strong the northerly winds blows when it gets funneled between the rows of buildings on Canal St.! The images are available in square or rectangular format. Please click each of them to the to my other site where you can view them larger and/or purchase them.
Ladies and Gentlemen I’m very glad to announce my latest fine art photography work shot on Canal Street in New Orleans!
Since I have been waiting quite a while (weeks!) to get this photo done I’m very pleased with the results! Not only the magic twilight and angle makes the photo quite unique, but the never seen subject itself is a newer one that I have never seen done here! I got a little soaked and had to be a contortionist to get to shoot this image, but as always, hard work always pays off and as matter of facts I can’t stop staring at it! It is available as an open edition print at nolaPIC.com (my online fullfillment website). This killer New Orleans skyline image features Canal Street with the bright red streetcar we all know or at least have heard of, in the foreground, and the central business district in the background. To see another KILLER panorama (taken from the west bank instead) please click here!!!