Sunday, May 24, 2009

Broken Reflection/ Monochrome Maniacs

Window in old cattle barn


To find other maniacs crazy about monochromes, visit Aileni at http://monochromeweeklytheme.blogspot.com/

20 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

I thought that a barn would have a different kind of windows... Maybe something more prepared to cope with cold weather?
Nice shot!
Léia

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Neat EG... It's interesting looking at the window with some glass and then some without glass. Love the reflection in the glass panes.


Have a great day --and Memorial Day..

Hugs,
Betsy

That is the chicken said...

Nice shot...I like the angle to...it gives it an edgy feel. I like shots of interesting windows and doors!

Jacob said...

Great shot and thanks. I remember now I've got to get my glasses fixed! ;-)

judi said...

moooo-dy monochrome. :)

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

excellent find and photo. well done!

RuneE said...

I enjoyed this one very much. You have caught the feeling that the run-down house and the broken window give very well. The slight skewness adds to that - of course.

PS I had some trouble following the link at Monochrome Maniacs. Maybe it is just Mr.Linky or Blogger misbehaving again.

Small City Scenes said...

What a cool shot. You are getting way to clever.
Another super shot. MB

cieldequimper said...

This could be the billboard of a movie or play! Wonderful.

BJ Roan said...

I like the way you tilted the shot. Nice mono.

B Squared said...

Very nicely done.

kaye said...

I just love this shot

PERBS said...

A perfect shot for monochrome! Interesting shapes in the broken windows too. The angle of the sot is perfect -- all catawampus!

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Superb! A silent witness of decay...

Buenos Aires Photo

Rose said...

I like it! Did you walk close and look in?

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

Nice shot, one of those shots that is meant to be done in mono. :-)

Carver said...

That's such an interesting shot. I love it!

Aileni said...

I was caught by the image and not by the factthat it was a different theme.
I would have been caught by this one too - it is splendid.

Titania said...

It is odd but even an old broken window has a certain interesting beauty.

storyteller's other blog said...

Nifty photos beautifully shared. You make me want to play with monochrome again ... perhaps I shall.
Hugs and blessings,

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