Fuji x100f/5.6ISO 3201/500
East Camden Yard
Migrating Ducks Finding Water
I can almost see a cross in left window. Love the layers.
Yes, I noticed that. 🙂
Thank you for coming by, and for the kind words.
Exquisite composition – well done
Hello Ravi. 🙂
Thank you, and I’m glad you liked this.
This is wonderful! You have a great eye.
Hi Lindsay. Thanks for the compliment. You do as well my friend.
made me laugh out loud…then admire OUT LOUD 🙂
Ha ha! Thanks 🙂
Nailed it Dinkerson. 🙂
And you can’t ask for more than that, Jerry.
This compliment was really cool to get.
YVW. Credit given where credit was due. Nice job.
Hi Greta. This must be the best compliment one could get! 🙂
I’m glad you like it, and thank you for dropping in.
I really like this one!
Thank you Jessica. I can’t wait to get back to your blog and catch up on some of what I missed.
Reblogged this on The Legion of Door Whores and commented:
This is an awesome picture! Great title too. 🙂
Lol, you like the title? Too cool. Thank you very much.
All is beautiful in this photo. Light , details , texture and composition. Compliments.
Just so you know, I studied your window and door images just before I took this shot, and used elements of what I learned there as inspiration for this shot.
It is a pleasure for me to hear this . Thank you 🙂
This is a killer shot. Do you know the guys at “The Legion of Door WHores?” They celebrate the beauty in photo’s of doors. One of them is Mike Fiveson who writes Mike’s Look at Life. I encourage you to check them out
I am familiar with Adrian’s fine work. And I knew that he was affiliated with “The Legion of Door Whores”. I’m going to have to look further at these guys.
Adrian is a buddy for sure. I found him through Mike. Are you on Instagram?
No. I haven’t looked into instagram. I fear that I may like it and be stuck with one more thing taking away all of my time. lol
that is my issue with photoshop and the like..a very deep rabbit hole I am told
Cool photo! Nice lighting and framing. Well done, again! 😉
Thank you. Again. 🙂
Very nice. I also noticed your watermark 😉 nice and simple.
Thank you, Ma’am.
I LOVE this pic…It has something special…May be it is the clean emptiness one can feel…
Hi! Do you think so? To tell you the truth, I was on the fence about posting this one. I thought I’d give it a try, and if it failed I’d take it down after a day or so. Lol.
A lot of people have said they like it, so… you just never know what’s going to work.
This is not my favorite type of image to take. But that’s just me.
Another one with great lighting in a tricky situation. It has wonderful texture. Love the title 😉
Thanks. And you’re right; this was tricky. It would’ve been simple to make it just look presentable, but difficult to make it really shine. Such is the way with most monochrome shots. They tend to inherently “get by”, but seldom give one pause.
Can’t agree with that Dink, some monos are quite breathtaking, I’ve yet to do one but have seen some out there! This one has a lovely old time peace and tranquility feel to it, with great light and texture. I like the thin red frame border which accentuates the black and white. Very nice work.
Well, what I was trying to say – probably didn’t say it very well – was that monochrome shots are more difficult than people sometimes think. There is more to it than just taking a picture of some random object and turning it into black and white.
My main point was that it’s easy make a monochrome image look presentable, but takes some skill to make one that really stands out.
This point is an important one because so many beginners think that once they click the black and white button, they’ve created art. Nevermind composition or anything else for that matter. 🙂
I think it is likely that we agree on this, Frag. After all, seven out of my top ten favorite photographs of all time are monochrome.
I’m glad to get your thoughts on this image. And it’s cool that you mentioned the red on the frame. People seem to really like this photograph, but I can’t help but wonder if the red makes it look more special than it is. I don’t know, but I’m thinking that it might.
yes we agree! I don’t think the red border makes it more special than it already is, and I wouldn’t think it mattered if it did, the beauty is in the whole.
Thanks! What I like about you is that I believe you would tell the truth. Even if it sufficed to say the image sucked. Lol 😉
Reblogged this on byNicolePhillips and commented:
Beautiful photography from a dear friend. Check out all his work… DO IT NOW!!
Thank you, Nicole. This picture looks quite large on your site.
I’m glad that you liked this, and happy to have your reblog.
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