Monday, July 27, 2009

Fade to Black

This is my Monochrome weekly post.
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23 comments:

  1. A really fine image. I am impressed.

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  2. I really like the light cast from the lamp - very cool photo!

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  3. The effect from the light reallyt makes this shot.

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  4. On every blog that I visit that participates in these, they are spectacular photos. These are without a doubt my favorite photos. Excellent my friend :)

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  5. Hi James,

    Wonderful! I wish I had your talent. It's a gift.

    Best regards
    Asta

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  6. The light from the street light just adds so much visual interest. Keeps the lookers looking!!!!~

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  7. Wow! That is fantastic. I love the street light.

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  8. Marvelous image with great texture and wonderful lighting too.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  9. Love at first sight! Great textures.

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  10. The sky is so unreal - wonderful! The street light is absolutly out of a movie set - fantastic!

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  11. The light from the light post whatever it is called give this picture a stunning look. A standout that gives light to the monochrome. Great camera and pulse James!

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  12. The light from the lamp post is wonderful, looks like mist.

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  13. The lamp is what draws the eye, but I can't help but examine the windows. Looks like there should be a ghost in one of them.
    Great shot.

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  14. Well, I would have to agree with all of the previous comments on technique. I must however add that the image is also very emotionally evocative and inspires a sort of wistful longing in me. Lovely.

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  15. The lighting from the lamp really shines out in this picture. Brilliant capture!

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  16. Wow... how nice with the light from the lamp.

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  17. This great photo, James, echos me to the novel "The Ivory Grin" by Ross MacDonald with his M.O. Lew Archer.

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  18. There is the brightness of the lamp in monochrome more. The work has black and white and several levels coming at the same time. It seems to be totally a color photo. I wonder at how you were able to create such a work.

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  19. I'm a sucker for old buildings and architectural detail, coupled with B&W - what a great shot!!! Gena @ thinking aloud

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