Another edition of "What's Old is New Again!" (tag: woina) This is a repost of a photo from September 13, 2010. Originally, there was just a little too much HDR processing that was involved with that processing. And in today's processing, I tried to be a little more conservative, while at the same time trying to bring out some of the building details from out of the shadows of the canyon.
LaSalle Street was coined 'The Canyon' due to the tall, steep buildings that lie on both ends of the relatively narrow street. The buildings along the canyon have their faces inward to emphasize the feeling of a canyon. The canyon is in the form of a box canyon and uses the Chicago Board of Trade Building to form an abrupt end. The view from the Chicago Board of Trade Building emphasizes its likeness to a canyon. It is generally not permitted to put signs, banners or other infrastructure that hangs into the canyon.
Photo captured July 2, 2010.
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