miscellaneous monday

SoHo renovations

27 comments:

  1. What contrast! fab b&w shot!

    wv: avenerif: renovated avenerif they finish it

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  2. There's something about metal on old(ish) buildings that I just love.

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  3. this looks so familiar - do you remember the street this building was on?

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  4. Great contrast between the vertical lines of the columns and the diagonals of the fire escape.

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  5. Nice one; did a good job on the renovation!

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  6. Black and White really does that shot justice.

    I love the man on the move and the two cute doggies waiting patiently too. :)

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  7. Another fine one.. though it makes me a tad dizzy!

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  8. I love the symmetry. Lots and lots of angles and lines.

    wv: monangs. The place where the stairs meet the landing is called the monangs.

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  9. It seems, before too long, everyone in N.Y. will be very well off. All the "affordable" housing will be replaced or renovated. Seems to be happening everywhere.

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  10. LOVE it Daryl and so glad you took the shot in B&W for the uber contrast on that beautiful building.

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  11. Great black and white. The contrast between the far left and the rest is great.

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  12. this was made for b&w...great photo! it looks like a negative of the building to next to it.

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  13. Fire escapes have always intrigued me but, oddly enough, I don't think i'd feel safe living in a building with one.

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  14. fantastic!!
    love B&W, love lines and angles
    and this is superb in both regards

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  15. I think I'm going to start calling you Ansela Adams! Very nice b&w...sharp...great contrast.

    I tried lots of colors for a new background on Ocala...eventually the magenta won because it was somehow more "present", if that makes sense.

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  16. I love this for a lot of reasons. THe composition, the contrast, it's crisp and sharp. BRAVO

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  17. This is the prototypical B"&W. Tonal range, contrast, everything... perfect!

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