Title: Equal Area

Capture Date/Time: November 11 2005 14:03
Camera: Nikon D100
Lens: 17-55mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 17mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/5.6 - 1/125 sec
ISO: 200
Flash: None

The Equal Area Series (197690) is one of several large-scale works by Walter De Maria at the Dia:Beacon museum in New York. Did I mention that you aren't allowed to take photos there? :)

7 commentsAdd yours

11.15.05/12:59 AM david jones said:

yeah but youre a stelth photo pimp

11.15.05/05:31 AM aramzis said:

i thought we renamed it for the more apt "my life as circles and squares"?

11.15.05/08:56 AM probe3 said:

Is that real ? Looks like a 3d render to me :)

11.15.05/09:05 AM mr bill said:

Why you stealthy bastard, you! yeah, I try to sneak shots in so-called forbidden places all the time. Alterative title: square peg in round hole. Seriously, I love the depth to this shot.

11.15.05/05:53 PM MikesRightBrain said:

Great job with this one! I would be very impressed if you said you used your tripod and studio lights with this one. Yeah I'm a stealth photo whore too. Apparently now you need to be stealth to take a picture on a Chicago el platform. I was taking shots up there the other day and I got totally busted by a bunch of cops. I thought they were going to take my camera from me (or at least check to make sure that the 70-200VR wasn't some kind of rockt launcher).

11.15.05/10:53 PM arkansas said:

my first thought was: "circle takes the square... dancing".

11.16.05/10:07 AM David H-W said:

Strong shot because of the perspective - nice work.