Saturday, December 26, 2009

Iron Railing

Winter light accents the edges on the iron railing of the Park Street Church on Tremont Street.

12 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

I liked so much these lines...a beautiful design!
Léia

Gunn White said...

Nice lines and details in this shot, and so pretty i b/w.
Have a nice christmas time!

joo said...

Really pretty!

Malyss said...

Simple and very graphic!And, I don't know why, it matches well with winter and Christmas mood...

cieldequimper said...

Superb monochrome, what a grand railing!

John said...

Wrought iron and monochrome go together

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

this is great architectural detail.

I am sorry that I missed a few days due to the holidays, but I was pleased to see your photo of the Appalachian Mountain Club. I bet the Governor of South Carolina had wished that he had really been "hiking the Appalachian Trial" instead of being caught having an affair in Argentina.

When I worked as the Legislative Director for Congressman Goodloe Byron of Maryland in the 1970's, Congressman Byron sponsored the law that preserved the Appalachian Trail. Until then, the preservation of the trail relied on the cooperation of individual states and private landowners. If one of them let things lapse or changed their mind, the trail would not be a continuous path from Maine to Georgia.

Lachezar said...

Beautiful striking detail! The light just flows!

Martina said...

As always with your b/w: very very nice. The curves and edges in this lighting are great.

Ilse said...

Very nice photos! Just went through & looked at many in the past. You certainly have a way of making the common place very attractive.

Frank de Jol said...

Very interesting photo.

Ken Mac said...

Ahhhhhhhh. Excellent