My Year in Photos 2012
I love these gas lanterns that can still be found in Prospect Park and along some of the streets that have brownstone houses. I’ll have a house guest for the next two days, so my comments may be sporadic.
Nice diagonals on the perspective as well as the stairways.
beautiful lanterns, and black and white colors are very appropriate here, I like it.
Love the angle of this shot! You captured soo much detail here, great stuff!!
The scene really lends itself well to the b+w processing. The darkness of the poles goes well with the black of the center railing. Not many leaves on those trees, so I take it this was taken early spring?
April 20th. I was thinking of using something else for B+W, but had this pic and knew I liked it, so I swapped it out with the one I was planning on doing.
Love this, the black and white, the repeating patterns and the clear dof all make this picture perfect!
Great combo of composition and processing.
Looks like a brisk, fall scene rather than spring! Wonderful shot and processing.
Repetition of pattern is one of my favorite tools in composition. This is really nicely done and I especially like the B&W. Gas lights seem such a thing of the past…..
Great composition and the black and white works well for the gas lights.
B&W works so well with this image of a timeless place.
I like the repeating pattern, the focus on the lights and the B&W processing. A really first-rate image!
I love the repeatition (sp? having a brain fart). Beautiful stoops and lamps with the bare trees. Great job!!
Well, you know I love B+W and with that pattern…..NICE!
I like the line with those beautiful lamps and the handrails are wonderful. Suits perfect for B&W
I’ll bet this is a neat scene at night when these lamps are lighted and glowing. These homes are so “city” to me…love their style. Nicely done.
Your composing is spot on, I love the detail in the hand rails and how they repeat.
Love this image. I’m not normally a fan of B&W but this one I do like. The subject matter lends itself perfectly to a B&W image
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