Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Iron fence


Iron fence in the park where yesterday's picture was taken.

12 comments:

Kim said...

I love it! I'm such a sucker for black and white shots of wrought iron. Love your perspective, too.
-Kim

magiceye said...

love the perspective!

mononeil said...

Nice use of the fence for perspective. In b&w the photo is timeless.

Cezar and Léia said...

Absolutely the perspective is fantastic!The light is great!

brattcat said...

Oh, I agree. You've chosen a vantage point that really accentuates the echoes of the arches in the building's windows/the ornament atop the fence, and the verticals of the rails/the verticals of the building. Great shot!

amatamari said...

Is fabulous your ability to look from a different perspective ...

Thanks!

Malyss said...

An austere and severe black perspective, very regular, and suddenly, this snail on the last stake..That's what I like in this picture but am I the only that saw it?..

Christopher Raun Leth said...

Very unusual perspective and it works perfectly.

Jacob said...

And my eyes stumbled along the top of that fence to end up off in the distance...

Which is exactly what you intended, right.

And then you did this beautiful B&W thingy and I had to put in the color myself...

Do you like teasing me?

david mcmahon said...

My favourite is your fire alarm shot.

George Townboy said...

Fantastic fence. I'm trying to place its whereabouts.

b.c. said...

i really like this, nice long view and i love that its in black and white...p.s. i passed on the Kreativ blogger award to you, btw. congrats!