monochrome monday

Bikes parked on East 79th Street off Madison Avenue







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40 comments:

  1. Those are beautiful B&w image:)
    Have a nice day.

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  2. What happened to the houseboat dwellers?

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  3. I don't see where you signed it. But I love the red reflector. Looks like the red eye of an evil Star Wars droid. :)

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  4. Meri cried out 'Oh - railings...!'
    So there you are - quality.

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  5. Nice image. I love all that ironwork in your neighborhood.

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  6. Beautiful pic! I love wrought iron railings and gates and doors, but then, I'm from Savannah!

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  7. LOVE the railings. Beautiful, as always!!

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  8. I thought that was your window at first! Love it;)

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  9. I love the gate
    and the little bit of red from the brake light is perfection

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  10. Love the intersection of lines and circles. Either the fence or the bikes would make a good shot alone, together they're fantastic!

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  11. Love the red underseat reflector in the midst of the grey!

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  12. In the majority here. Love the railings, so ornate in contrast with the simple angles of the bikes. And the touch of red of the reflector is wonderful!

    Also like the new 'you'. Very cool.

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  13. wonderful! - love the utilitarian with the ornate and the little dot of red (the reflector)on the bike - nice

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  14. You missed Carrie Bradshow - she disappeared into this underground place few moments ago. I have no idea about photography - but this look like a perfect setting for monochrome - the beauty of the fencing stands out in the black and white. I don't know how to ride a bike - so I just see trough those :)

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  15. I love this. It is so much fun to ride bikes! A little scary in the city though.

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  16. Wow! Just that one little touch of red!

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  17. Very stylish - and the touches of red are sublime!

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  18. This is really nice. I like that you left the red in the tail light.
    :-)

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  19. Very nice, like everything about this shot.

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  20. I was wondering what the red was, but it's a reflector I see now. Excellent in b&wh.

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  21. The bikes and wrought iron fence are perfect for monochrome. I liked the red reflectors too.

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  22. I love your monochromes. Your Mondays have become very busy, haven't they?

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  23. I love the old fashion crafted metal fences/gates.

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  24. I love b/w shots that have little tiny bits of color in them. Bikes are a wonderful subject, too!

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  25. Have bike, will... Wait a minute. Is that a subway entrance? Lets go by train instead. Nice one, Daryl. Whatever the mode, lets just ride - the sunset beckons.

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  26. Brilliant mono shot and that little shot of red is almost mesmerising.

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  27. Nice contrast between the bikes and the wrought iron fencing.

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  28. Oh that is excellent! How do you add just a little colour like that?

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  29. Love that red reflector =) Gives it a pop =)

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  30. Seeing those bikes like that reminds me of summer too! Great shot!

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  31. Great image, and hey, it could do double duty for Ruby Tuesday as well :).

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  32. You know how I love bikes and wrought iron! Great picture!

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  33. This makes me want to take one for a spin! I love riding bicycles .

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  34. Fascinating monochrome image with lots going on in this 'still' cycle photo. Love the touch of red!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  35. Must be spring/summer - seeing all these bikes!

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