Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Sunlight and Shadow

Jackson Avenue is deserted in the midday sun, except for shadows and photographers.

12 comments:

Laurie said...

Those dark bricks are wonderful. I also like the shadows through the windows. This photo has a timeless quality.

babooshka said...

Photographers lurking in shadows. We live in the underworld of Sin city. No, that's just me then! Proper photography commnet coming up. Excellent use of ligth contrast and fabulous perspective drwaing the eye to infinity.

tr3nta said...

Wow... just great... I love B&W...

Benjamin Madison said...

Very classy inversion of the sunlight shining out through the windows. Beautiful shot!

Virginia said...

I agree with all of the above. Oh, I saw a noisy crow sitting atop CHick Fil A at lunch . I thought about you and your grackle photos. He said to tell you Hi!

Tanya said...

This works perfectly in black and white!

marley said...

Great in blacka nd white. I love the shadow with the windows in it.

Hope said...

beautiful black & white photo... very nice!

Tash said...

This is perfect in black & white. Reminds me of a scene from - oh, that movie by Peter Bogdanovich - The Last Picture Show (thank you Wikipedia)

Jim said...

It looks to hot for anybody to be outside.

Julie said...

Fascinating shot, KG. The footpath does appear to go on forever. The light and dark is just great - I guess this is a derelict building that is mostly facade. That hanging chain inside creates its own possibilities.

Dar's Foto Faze said...

Wonderful b&w. It always seems more dramatic.