monochrome monday

A window
on
The High Line



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58 comments:

  1. mmmm, I wish my paintings looked this good! :)

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  2. I love this urban texture; it takes decades and decades to ripen. Yesterday in Honolulu's Chinatown I thought of taking a photo JUST LIKE YOURS TODAY....then I walked on. Thanks for the lesson, Daryl!

    Aloha-

    Comfort Spiral

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  3. You could frame it and call it "shattered dreams". ;o)

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  4. You just know how to capture that special something... I love it.

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  5. We need to go back and look in the hotel windows;)

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  6. Not a very good view from it - but I like the urban vibe!

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  7. In the center pane it looks like a heart, so you could call this one...Broken Heart.

    I love the contrast in your monochromes.

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  8. This is truly marvelous! I could tell it was a window right off, but at a glance the mortar joints in the wall look like a distant skyline view. Makes you look twice. At least. Tres cool!

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  9. this is fantastic
    the patterns of broken glass, the chipped stone, the tall perspective lends itself to the High Line

    you're an artist my friend

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  10. very cool looking photo, I had to look at that one for a while to figure it out...

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  11. I see a heart in the middle of the broken glass...

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  12. You are one of a few that could make a broken window look so amazingly good...
    Sandi

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  13. I love the geometry,the textures, the light and shadows. Excellent one!

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  14. Very nice. I like the way it is textured.

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  15. Where I would just see a broken window, you see art! :)

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  16. Such interesting texture in this photo! Nice job.

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  17. I like Judi's name for it: "Shattered Dreams". Neat shot!

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  18. Oh lots of lovely texture here. Nice one. :)

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  19. I like this a LOT, Daryl. The patterns are wonderful.

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  20. I love the pattern in the broken glass, I am baffled trying to figure out the structure of the building....
    ie; is that a reflection or not?

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  21. something is broken here....even if it´s a nice photo!!

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  22. I see the High Line has kept some of its original appeal in the renovation. You've captured it poetically!

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  23. Shattered. I must have been singing nearby. Sorry.

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  24. Awesome! The textures are fabulous, and your lighting and framing turned that old window into a work of art.

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  25. Nice capture of this, often we overlook things like this which look good with all that texture :)

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  26. Great patterns and textures are captured in this photo. I really like it.

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  27. Oh...a broken heart (and a beautiful piece of work).

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  28. A window to where?

    (catching up once more)

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  29. Great textures you have captured in this photo! Really cool!
    Nice Blog:-)

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  30. Oh, GREAT picture!! This would make a great pen & ink (with a dash of watercolor).....
    xoxoxo

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  31. Gorgeous.

    Congratulations on your POTD mention from David McMahon.

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  32. great pic. love the texture and the shadow. congrats on the POTD mention.

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