A really fine image. I am impressed.
I really like the light cast from the lamp - very cool photo!
Bravo James!Stunning shot!Cezar
The effect from the light reallyt makes this shot.
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 :)
Hi James,Wonderful! I wish I had your talent. It's a gift.Best regardsAsta
The light from the street light just adds so much visual interest. Keeps the lookers looking!!!!~
Wow! That is fantastic. I love the street light.
Marvelous image with great texture and wonderful lighting too.Hugs and blessings,
Love at first sight! Great textures.
The sky is so unreal - wonderful! The street light is absolutly out of a movie set - fantastic!
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!
The light from the lamp post is wonderful, looks like mist.
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.
You are a light magician!
that is a classic!
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.
The lighting from the lamp really shines out in this picture. Brilliant capture!
Beautiful even in dark.
Wow... how nice with the light from the lamp.
This great photo, James, echos me to the novel "The Ivory Grin" by Ross MacDonald with his M.O. Lew Archer.
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.
I'm a sucker for old buildings and architectural detail, coupled with B&W - what a great shot!!! Gena @ thinking aloud