Seen on Otis Street, which changes into Devonshire Street at Winthrop Square. What initially caught my eye was the architectural details of the block long building, and then the bicycle chained to the No Parking sign. Here is a picture of the front of this building
love the perspective!
The photo is so chic!
Have a great weekend:)
I remember that grand building. This is a great angle, I also love the reflection in the foreground!
Very impressive work. The details are so lacking in modern buildings.
Great shot, for sure! Very crisp!
Very nice. Makes the city look rather European.
Yes, your eye and sense of balance did not fail you here. This is an excellent shot.
On the other picture, the building did not seem to be so long!
Beautyful perspective, broken by the bike which also broke the rule..:-))
(I appreciated your efforts in french!Bon week-end!)
excellent capture. I like the angles and the monochrome fits perfectly to set the ambience. I have enjoyed your comments on my website. Sorry for the delay in responding as I went to a photography workshop the past week and I went to a cultural workshop about the fruit of the saguaro cactus and the Tohono Oodham Indians who harvest it each year, and I actually harvested some of the fruit from the very tall saguaros. We will see if I have learned some new skills to improve my photos and I will share some of the experiences with you on my website.
What a hoot that it's chained onto that particular sign!
What is this bike doing so lonely and chained there? I can imagine it soon making a child happy riding on it!
God bless you!
Another of your splendidly composed photos! You also seem to know just when B&W is the emphasis that puts it all together!
This is a brilliant composition. Truely inspirational!!
Great picture! The architectural details are indeed georgeous. It reminds me of Europe.
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