monochrome monday

wrought iron
against brick
somewhere
on the
Upper Westside





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45 comments:

  1. this has an illusion like quality when I first looked at it. very cool Daryl.

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  2. have become a monochrome monday fan - this is wonderful :)

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  3. I love this one, Daryl!!! Very cool looking!!

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  4. Like a bunch of little eyes staring at me! cool.

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  5. I know someone who is going to love this. It is well chosen - yes, I love it too.

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  6. The ornamants was just great to watch!!

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  7. Awesome! A little disorienting at first until you figure out which way is up, but awesome all the same!

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  8. That looks a little bit like Bernie Madoff's old gate;)

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  9. I love wrought iron. And against brick, quite nice!

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  10. This reminds me of filigre work or paper twirling...I love patterns and the repetitive nature of it.

    Stunning.

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  11. I bet this would be pretty impressive in color, also. Has sort of an "industrial feel" to it.

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  12. you picked a perfect angle
    your composition is flawless
    I love the illusion
    2 of my favorites, iron work and brick
    back when buildings were buildings

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  13. I like that design a great deal. Nice shots.

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  14. Tres cool!! I don't know any of the technical stuff, but I like this. A lot. "monochrome monday" should be subtitled "make me smile monday" :)

    Thanks!

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  15. Nice change of angels between the brick and iron.

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  16. Beautiful Daryl!

    Awesome!

    These ornaments is lovley.
    You mentioned you got a new camera.
    I'm curious.. which one ;)

    Have a great week!
    Anna

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  17. That's pretty cool shot.
    Perfect contrast and all ;-)

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  18. It is like hundreds of lovers carved their hearts in the wall! The mind can go negative /limits, fences, brick walls/ or positive /art, craftsmanship, hearts/. Very creative!

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  19. I like the combination of the hearts and bricks together..

    Thanks for visiting. See u soon hopefully before the next monochrome. :) Tk cre..keep up the excellent work.

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  20. love the pattern against the pattern...a great capture.

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  21. I like the patterns in this. It's busy but it looks so neat that you don't realize how simple it is. Just brick and iron. Really cool.

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  22. Somewhere, a blacksmith is smiling. Nice photo!

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  23. Wonderful patterning Daryl. Great textures.

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  24. Looks like one of those "gated" communities.

    Very nice b&w - love the lines, curves, light...

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  25. Nifty mix of texture and lines ... lovely in monochrome ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  26. The wrought iron hearts are brightening up the grey of our everyday lives. Brave to mix the different patterns, but it works. :)

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  27. I love wrought iron work like this. Wonderful.

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  28. i like tihs pic. went back through yr archives quite a bit, read abt yr dog, yr hubby, yr shelves etc... u got quite a sense of subtle humor :)

    I have bookmarked yr site.

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  29. I really like the contrast of the rounded wrought iron and the angular bricks. Nice, Daryl.

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  30. Interesting combination of patterns and to imagine them working together as a monochrome event.

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  31. I have monochrome moments seven days a week. Love the photo! it's X-tra special :)

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  32. I love wrought iron, but hate it when people call it "rod iron". Idiots!
    :)

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  33. I like the scrollies. And I like that I can see your siggy. :)

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  34. I love ANY kind of wrought iron and this is just spectacular...love the angle!

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  35. I love the build up of patterns and textures.

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  36. Well spotted! It goes to show you can find the most beautiful objects where you least expect it- You just need to keep your eyes open... :)

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  37. wow... really like that.. seems like the brick is drawn in behind the fencing stuff... neato

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