Monday, November 23, 2009

Monochrome Monday

Two readers on a bench in the Public Garden enjoying a mild Autumn day. Other monochrome pictures can be seen at The Monochrome Weekly hosted by Aileni.

23 comments:

Lachezar said...

Peaceful and serene, beautiful image!

Janet Kincaid said...

Perfect! I love photos like this.

Aileni said...

In their own worlds.

joo said...

Terrific, and I agree with Aileni:)

Malyss said...

The kind of picture that I adore: benches, people reading, peace, and the all in B&W. A good way to begin the week! Ü

John said...

I guess we are all islands in our own way. A nice shot in the park.

cieldequimper said...

City dwellers in a relaxed moment. Very typical shot.

Jilly said...

I love your Monochrome Monday photos. This is superb. Interesting, but normal I suppose - body language.

Birdman said...

I quite enjoy street candids, catching us being ourselves.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

So nice to have fall weather that accommodates being outside!

JAN
GDP

ElinSire said...

I think I have become a fan of your photos, I also like this one a lot! It's a very interesting picture, and I think it's perfect!

RuneE said...

It is always interesting to see your pictures and how you compose them, place the elements etc etc. I liked it very much.

Daryl said...

A wonderful commentary on all city life ..

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

A very cool monochrome! Beautiful! Evocative.

amatamari© said...

One moment really beautiful, so different but so alike ...
Magnificent shot!

Cezar and Léia said...

As for reading
aimlessly, without intention.
Just to fell the adventure...

Beautiful shot!
Well done
Léia

Ken Mac said...

that bench has a life of its own

Martina said...

I always like your monochrome photos very much ... hmmm .. did I say that before, ;-)?

Lois said...

They certainly are engrossed in their reading!

Antjas said...

So close yet worlds apart.

AKO said...

This is a great photo! Nice composition and motif. I like that you have used this form(at).

awarewriter said...

This is street photography at it's finest. Great composition and much more... You truly captured the moment here. Thank you for sharing.

squirrel said...

I believe this might be my first visit to your blog and I have loved scrolling back to see previous photos. You have a real talent and I look forward to returning.