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camera: canon eos digital rebel - click to view large

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above, at lincoln center. --- by the way, i've started my own take on del.icio.us here on the site. rather than noting non-related links below photo entries, you can now view all links from me at any time at /links.php. they are browsable by categories, by all, or by the 20 most recent.

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Wednesday 10 November 2004

evening activity around the fountain at lincoln center

10 November 04 @ 14:00
Lovely atmospheric silhouettes. The couple in the second photograph remind me of Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder in a scene filmed here in The Producers!
Martin //

10 November 04 @ 14:11
Some of the best pics I've seen here. Great use of the colours...love it. The close ups of the water blow me away. Nice work.
max //

10 November 04 @ 15:39
love this series jenn! it's amazing how the silhouettes can capture the mood of the scene so well.
10 November 04 @ 19:11
i hate to sound like a broken record, but these photos look amazing! beautiful silhouettes, especially the last one.
10 November 04 @ 22:03
rion -- really like the new link system you've got on the bottom :) oh! i gave in to temptation and got that new lens ... couldn't resist after trying yours out ... telling myself it's a belated bday present.
11 November 04 @ 02:14
Rion this is a beautiful set. Wonderful use of silhouettes.
11 November 04 @ 14:45
the shadows, shapes, and most of all the unique color on these are spectacular. also the way you caught the water so it almost looks like ice stalagmites in some kind of cave. except the last shot, which for some reason brings overflowing beer taps to mind! beautiful work.
12 November 04 @ 09:55
wow! love these photos. really elegant shots. :D
12 November 04 @ 11:37
These are beautiful -- i love how the third one looks like an ice forest. I see this fountain everyday and you've managed to make it look completely new and exciting. Thanks :)
12 November 04 @ 23:49
Great silhouette work. I really like the second one, the man with the hat is striking. Nice work.
14 November 04 @ 19:33
its so beautiful, lucky duck
16 November 04 @ 00:41
wow. i'm amazed at the sharpness of the third foto! and how well frozen in time it is.
19 November 04 @ 22:13
I really like the last one. It has some sort of "emoness" and also great silhouette. Awesome job..
03 December 04 @ 22:03
this is some of your best work - really love it.
26 May 05 @ 05:10
i always wanted to buy myself a camera and take pictures of water like that... fell like crying went i see these pics... cos u somesort realised my dream b4 i can afford a camera...
yinlee //

07 December 09 @ 17:29
How were you able to shoot these without the use of a tripod? I've been told on several occasions that tripod use was forbidden on the plaza at Lincoln Center.
maisa_nyc //

06 August 13 @ 19:18
Nice memories of being there as a tortured teen, sitting at the "old" fountain many a night contemplating my future.... This one seems unfriendly to loiterers!
10 August 13 @ 08:17
Really nice memories, I'm a little jelous right now :)
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Rion Nakaya is an expat photoblogger in Paris London.

One of the first photobloggers in New York City, Rion has been documenting her photos online in narrative sets since late 2000. (Most are on this site.)

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