water tower wednesday


 I used an 
HDR effect 
called 
Painterly 


Columbus Avenue
at 
80th Street 
looking 
north 

25 comments:

TSannie said...

LOVE that HDR thingy! Beautiful photo - looks like a painting.

faye said...

Very nice ... I might have to look into the HDR settings in photoshop..
but it looks like it is time consuming.

caite said...

love the multi towers!!
cool Painterly effect.

deborah said...

hmmm..HDR? It does give a gorgeous watercolor effect to your photo!

Beth F said...

Wow. I need to look into that HDR effect. I really like it.

Akelamalu said...

That's so cool, I love it!

Mental P Mama said...

Wow!

Hilary said...

Fun! It looks like you got the coloured pencils (pencil crayons) out.

Virginia said...

Picnik? Fun shot!
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ladyfi said...

This is just gorgeous!

Bibi said...

Pretty! Looks like colored pencils to me!

em said...

Nice use of the HDR...very cool!

Jo said...

Very cool effect!

Dianne said...

very very cool
so pretty

Robin said...

Very cheery looking with all that color :).

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Crabby McSlacker said...

Wow, way to make an already awesome NY photo really dazzle! Makes me glad we're going to visit this fall. Um, do you mind painting all the buildings in Manhattan so it looks that way when we get there? :)

Robin said...

Daryl, I like to use that effect too!
Nice shot. Isn't it fun to play with the HDR.
I like you new header too!

gigihawaii said...

It does look painterly and not at all like a photograph. Just beautiful!

Country Girl said...

Ok, now this is really cool, Daryl. Seriously cool.

christopher said...

That is truly an artistic shot...excellent!

Gary said...

I thought that looked familiar - only better.

Diane said...

Love the effect! Really cool!

Cloudia said...

verrry cool!

Diane said...

Wayyyy cool! Love the painterly effect!

jcornfootmusolf said...

love this. can you do washington square park ?