Title: Chicago Correctional Center
Capture Date/Time: May 20 2006 10:08
Camera: Nikon D200
Lens: 12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor
Focal Length: 12mm
Aperture/Shutter Speed: F/7.1 - 1/200 sec
The narrow windows on the side remind me of the results of a DNA test
7 comments — Add yours
05.21.06/10:23 AM Peter said:
awesome, I thought this is some big ad or something, and not a building!
05.21.06/11:07 AM wvallen said:
DNA test... HAhaha. I never thought of that and Iím a scientist who does those routinely! Great angle and frame
05.21.06/11:09 AM Fred said:
Jesus! I am definitely getting a 12mm lens lol. This shot is seriously amazing. I miss wide-angle photography. I guess I'll have plenty of opportunities this summer when I go to Cali and Utah.
This building is pretty spectacular as well. I like the way it's seemingly one inch thick... when you look at it from the top.
05.21.06/12:07 PM Ashish Sidapara said:
Lovely viewpoint and nice patterns, cool capture!
05.21.06/12:47 PM david jones said:
instead of a DNA test, it actually reminds me of two things.. one is a old style punch card (dangling chads anyone?) and the other is the music sheets that go into a player piano... i actually started to look at it and try to figure out if there was a method to the number of windows on each floor and gave up ;)
05.21.06/06:21 PM noushin said:
Wow, such a pointy building. Excellent shot and so clear.
05.24.06/07:31 PM tamara said:
nice 3D graph arch. you did it without the program too...
i like the photo better than actually the real thing. i always get creeped out walking by that place. like the prisoners are watching me or something. there's a fenced in court for the "good prisoners" at the top of the building too.