Sunday, February 15, 2009

Monochrome Monday - 02-16-09


Monochrome Maniacs explore black and white.







I have a number of these under freeway photos I've taken in the last couple weeks that I think work well in B/W. I may post them as a series for the next few weeks. I'm fascinated by the lines and curves created by the massive amounts of concrete and metal juxtaposed against delicate-looking trees.


10 comments:

MyMaracas said...

That contrast between the solid stancheons and lacy trees is wonderful. And the guitar shot in the post below is awesome. I love that it it so simple, yet so complex. You do great work.

allhorsestuff said...

Hello Terri!
We live in the same city..thought that mountain looked familar then the briidges too..YUP!
I love the hard and soft lines~
KK

Sara Chapman said...

Excellent photo. Do you know how to adjust curves or levels? It's really fun to do that in Photoshop or Elements for even more monochrome control. I really like the rest of the photos on this blog, too.

Robin said...

Great shot - I love the way the columns divide the photo up so geometrically.

Aileni said...

These hard angles and lines make for a great shot.

June said...

I too am taken by the angles. It's a textbook example of using lines to lead the eye...

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I agree that the lines and shapes are wonderful.

Dina ... UK said...

A nice hazy view under the freeway,
great lines and angles too....

J Cosmo Newbery said...

There is something more solid, more timeless, about B&W.

Serena said...

this is a grim photo.

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