water tower wednesday - silhouette


it was pretty overcast 
when 
I shot this 
it looked almost like a monochrome 
so I zapped it with a little BW action 
voila 
a silhouette 
but not 

where is this one? 
 in the East 70s
(yes, Lauren, I am sure) 

29 comments:

  1. I like your choices, Daryl


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  2. now YOU have that maddening fill in the blank squiggles! why so many new ones today???!!!!


    GRRRRRR!!!!!!!!

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  3. nice...the leaves give it a rural look. makes me forget for a second it is in the city.

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  4. Good capture. The cloud looks menacing though.

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  5. Some photos just ask to be changed to B/W. I think it was a good choice:-)

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  6. Very chic. Though I must admit, I often think of "Petticoat Junction" when I see the water towers.

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  7. Nice. I'm assuming the material is metal of some sort, but the B&W almost gives it a look of bamboo or other wood.

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  8. That doesn't look like NYC. Love the lack of color.

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  9. really lovely
    the leaves hanging down add so much

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  10. We were all about looking at the water towers on Sunday. You have created a new obsession on us country cousins...

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  11. Lovely! Isn't it so interesting to see everything turn to B&W on a cloudy day?

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  12. My brother was going to go with me downtown today to get the shots. He cancelled..not feeling well. :(

    Peach and I discussed water towers on the phone this morning. What have you done to us? LOL

    Absolutely love the B&W...

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  13. Daryl, excellent. I really like the different tones. A great subject for B&W. Some images just lend themselves to B&W.

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  14. So bummed I didn't know you all were meeting again! Love this in silhouette!

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  15. Beautiful, Daryl. I love the texture on the tower, even though it does mean not a silhouette. And speaking of texture, the wood on the right is gorgeous.
    K

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  16. Very nice. Definitely doesn't feel/look like NYC. The leaves are nice.

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  17. It took me three tries to leave this. I despise WV!! It is evil. 90% evil!

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  18. Oh yes this one does definitely look the better for the B&W treatment, gritty!! Nice work Daryl.

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  19. Fantastic in B&W. It does look kind of rural...
    Very nice!

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