Monday, October 26, 2009

Monochrome Monday

Exterior staircase Trinity Church, Boston. To view other monochrome shots visit Aileni's Home of the Monochrome Maniacs.

21 comments:

magiceye said...

wonderful perspective

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Nice dramatic shot, emphasized with the use of black and white.

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joo said...

Another elgant black and white ohoto here! As usually I love it:)

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Love the perspective and the range from black to white!

David C. said...

I can only echo what others have said--love the perspective and the contrast.

John said...

It's interesting to see the way the columns change, each alternate one a different thickness and with a alternating capitals on the columns; nice shot.

Kitty said...

Nothing compares to the elegance of old stone work like this. I love the angle you've taken the shot from, with the statue and the patterned paving seen below.

Kitty said...

Nothing compares to the elegance of old stone work like this. I love the angle you've taken the shot from, with the statue and the patterned paving seen below.

Aileni said...

The cloistered light and shade - always a gift.

brattcat said...

I agree with the others. The use of light and shadow in this is intriguing.

Lois said...

Very nice! I love the composition and the shadows.

RuneE said...

A very well-composed photo with the line-up of the columns and the statue in-between. I like that kind of picture.

amatamari© said...

A brilliant perspective: great shot, masterful!
Thanks
:-)

marley said...

That is a superb photo. I like the repetition.

Malyss said...

The way you pictured it make this stairs very inviting... We feel like following the line of columns, and slowly discovering the place..Very beautyful!

Marie-Noyale said...

One of your best Monday shots, to my opinion!

Trojan Gayle said...

an interesting view point especially in B&W. Much better when enlarged. Dark and moody.

Trojan Gayle said...

an interesting view point especially in B&W. Much better when enlarged. Dark and moody.

Robin said...

Great perspective. The downward flow adds a great sense of movement to the static columns.

Lachezar said...

Stunning! Perfect framing and selection of viewpoint with impeccable grayscale palette! All in all fantastic work!

michael bird said...

Nifty perspective.