Beautiful but it looks cold and windy. I think I'll step back into Sunday's photo if you don't mind. ;)
When I look at monochromes, I really wonder, what if the world was really black and white? :-) This is a nice shot!- Pixellicious Photos
Neat shot! Central Park, too?
Amazing! I always enjoy your monochromes Daryl.
All of a sudden it's late fall, isn't it? Great shot for the season, very cold and stark looking.
mmmm, this is definitely one of my favs!
This is beautiful, Daryl! So peaceful looking. :D
silver birch or spruce, cannot tell in monochrome...lovely tough. I keep meaning to join in with this one!
Lovely glittery light.
Beautiful and very appropriate to kick off November, the beginning of several months of cold and darkness.
Looks like winter lit by the moon, yet is probably sunlit entering on the upper right. Lovely!
Wowww, this one has everything! bare trees, the steep descent, the evergreens down below, and even a stream! It makes me think it is the setting for a fairy tale!"Once upon a time, a beautiful princess lived at the top of a mountain. There was a moat around the mountain, and tigers in the trees to protect her. BUT, they also kept her there, because her father, the king, was afraid someone would carry her off for ransom!"Uh oh....you got me started, Daryl!
I love the light!! it's like a thin layer of gauze
I love the depth, super image.
i love this shot. the bleakness n lonely feeling about it.. autumn atmosphere
This has an "achy" kind of feel to it. But not in the yucky, awful swine flu kinda way. The good kind of achy.
Another great photo! It has an infrared look to it--was this done with IR film or an IR filter in postprocessing?
The autumn leaves are gone - all is grey...
Love the sun in your picture.
You have a much better view than I have.
That looks like a great place to walk. Beautiful shot. I also love your Sunday in the park shot below this one.
Fitting mono for the change in the clocks yesterday and November. Did you and yours run the marathon?Joyce
Such a different atmosphere. There is a lot of depth and you can just see down on in to this enchanting forest..just beautiful!Hey..now thats not snow - it's pollen on my bloggy, ha.
Somewhat haunting. I love it!<><
oh wow! this is lovely!!!
Ooohh.. beautiful, but looks cold!
Wonderful scene. I think perhaps we've seen this deck before and that pond? Connecticut? What an awesome spot it must be.
Why does there always seem to be more detail in a monochrome photograph?
I think we should invite ourselves over there;)
Oh it does look like winter...cool weather yes......Another great shot .....
What a neat shot!
gorgeous.... I love this shot
Now I'm ready for hot tea and uggs!
GORGEOUS! My screen is so small that the picture won't enlarge, and I'm not sure if it is wet sparkling or just light on the twiggy branches, but whatever it is, it's SOOOO pretty!
That is an incredible photo, Daryl. I just want to step inside that world and feel that air. It's wonderful.
monochromes are always a stronger medium and doubtlessly you have proved it once again. I liked the shot very much...it is very communicative in its own way!Regards,CLICK!
You're wonderful photos, including my favorites, The Signs, always make me miss Manhattan. Thanks for always giving me fun memories. Jeanne
This is a superb black and white...the subject helps of course, but the whites and darks are precise and the lighting is glorious - just look at it bouncing off those branches!All I can say is "Wow!"Well, I already said more than that, but "Wow!" sums it up.
I love the depth and light in the picture. Neat shot!
hauntingly beautiful picture...
Beautiful shot. I love the way the bare branches frame the landscape beyond.
Definitely looking freezing cold. To brave the cold and capture this picture to share with us :) Lovely!
Great capture, Daryl.I can hear the wind, and feel the cold flurries down my neck!Aloha, Friend!Comfort Spiral
Delicate twig-patterns and brilliant light. Perfect monochrome Daryl.
Wow! Very cool black & white picture! I really do get a kick out of your pictures...
I really like this photo, Daryl.