A close-up view of the majestic Burj Khalifa surrounded by a thick blanket of fog. Dubai, UAE By Daniel Cheong.
Lunch Atop a Skyscraper Photograph: The Story Behind the Famous Shot
Lunch atop a Skyscraper (New York Construction Workers Lunching on a Crossbeam) is a famous photograph taken by Charles C. Ebbets during construction of the GE Building at Rockefeller Center in (Photographer: Charles C. Ebbets) I still can't believe this.
View of Chicago Sky and Skyscrapers
View of Chicago Sky and Skyscrapers Photographic Print at Art.com
Skyscrapers Photographs - A Pair
This photographer’s name was Charles Ebbets. He took his famous “Lunch Atop A Skyscraper” photograph just after this picture was taken, in Behind him you can see New York City as seen from the floor of the GE building.
Ebbets :: ‘ Lunch atop a Skyscraper’ / Construction workers eat their lunches atop a steel beam 800 feet above ground, at the building site of the RCA Building in Rockefeller Center, NYC, 20 Sep 1932 more [+] by this photographer
Our building theme lent itself to showcasing our students buildings in a unique way. We photographed their Lego, block, etc. buildings and displayed those photographs as windows on skyscrapers. Design by Nidya Solano.
DesignArt 'Miniature Earth Planets with Skyscrapers' Photographic Print on Metal Size: 38" H x 38" W x 1" D
DesignArt Miniature Earth Planets with Skyscrapers Photographic Print on Metal Size:
DesignArt 'Aerial View of NYC Skyscrapers' Photographic Print on Wrapped Canvas Size: 16" H x 32" W x 1" D
DesignArt 'Aerial View of NYC Skyscrapers' Photographic Print on Wrapped Canvas Size:
Charles Ebbets shooting his famous photograph, “Lunch atop a Skyscraper”, while perching on the 69th floor of the GE building. 1932
Portrait of Charles C. Ebbets atop a skyscraper in NYC Charles C. Ebbets with his trusty camera hanging out over NYC Charles C.
negative space: Shape and abstraction: This image uses negative space perfectly - depending how you interperet it, the negative space can either be the sky because it is less dominant, or the buildings, because they are darker and catch your eye less.