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Sunday, October 4, 2009

MONOCHROME MONDAY - GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH STEEPLE


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GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH STEEPLE, recently restored, and spot lighted.


Seen from an 11th floor window last night, overlooking 10th street and Broadway, New York.




Daryl has made the aesthetic point that it is a 'touch too dark' for her taste. I had NOT noted when she saw it that it was shot after dark, last night. It was interesting to receive an aesthetic opinion, just as it was interesting for Aileni to point out 'the little slices of life in the periphery'. Pictures may be worth a thousand words but a personal caption, or another eye, may well add another unseen dimension to the image.








See more of this monochrome MEME exhibit on the MONOCHROME WEEKLY THEME BLOG






12 comments:

  1. Enlarged it has a good grainy quality. Little slices of life on the periphery.

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  2. Wonderful detail in that shot. And an eerie quality.

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  3. Really cool - lots of details to discouver :)

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  4. Interesting shot .. a touch dark for my taste but then its not about me ..

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  5. A very nice B&W shadow shot.

    Wishing you well and early resolution of that nasty problem.

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  6. I suppose we all view photos in different ways, I personally prefer the first one with the deeper black and a sharper contrast. Excellent shot.

    Judy

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  7. I like it - it's New York after all and the perspective is unique.

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  8. Makes great abstract. The first part of a second reminded me of a necktie. Then I realized the grandness of the object. Thank you for this vision.

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  9. A mystical image, lovely grain...

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