monochrome monday



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36 comments:

  1. He (she?) looks a bit perplexed, perhaps he's (she's?) trying to figure out how to break out of that stone lattice.

    Fun capture Daryl.

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  2. No stoney expression there.

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  3. I wonder what he's saying. I know what I'm saying: I hate Mondays especially on the heels of a great weekend.

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  4. I love the expression, and I love the detail and texture of the stonework - concrete just isn't the same!

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  5. You know, it almost looks like a theatre mask... I love everything NYC.

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  6. I think this reveler is still feeling the effects of the weekend, and wondering how he ended up there, like that!

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  7. Cool.. it looks like something's caught in its throat. Or maybe it's air pollution. ;)

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  8. I love her face, it's a mixture of so many emotions

    she represents all gargirls ;)

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  9. These old carvings make great b&w subjects, I don't think they work in colour.

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  10. Lovely texture to the image, and a curious smile.

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  11. This almost looks like it could have been in one of Magiceye's shots form the Kanheri caves. Very mysterious and cool!

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  12. Why am I thinking Jacob Marley???? Great monochrome offering!
    V

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  13. Hmmmm, if I only knew what he (it is a he right) was saying, or not saying? Great pic !

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  14. I think I saw that face in the Oyster Parade.

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  15. Oh MY!!

    I HAD to come and visit you!
    One more precious... ;)
    LOVE this capture!

    Enjoy the new week Daryl!

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  16. Interesting...looks like he/she is in a bit of pain!

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  17. I think it looks like he's singing. He's singing a happy song.
    And I'm living in Disney World.

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  18. I love it! You've inspired me for next week's monochrome monday!

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  19. How unusual! New York has so many wonderful things to see. Where is this fabulous decoration? It does have a theatrical feel. Neat capture.

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  20. Perplexed and innocent and somehow happy--from another world looking into ours. I love it.

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  21. For whatever reason, that freaks me the eff out!

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  22. Is it me or is that one cross-eyed? ummm, probably me, right?

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  23. Stone can be expressive
    faces can be flinty...


    Life!



    Aloha, Daryl

    Comfort Spiral

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  24. What a face! "Cement Man" (as opposed to the Green Man). Where did you find this one?

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  25. What a strange face. It's not pretty, but it's far from a gargoyle. I wonder what the artist was thinking when her caged her there in stone.

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  26. Very interesting! The expression creates curiosity...very nice black and white.

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  27. Stone & Metal Faces of NYC. I see a great coffee table book there!
    Neat photo!

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