Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Monochromic sturdiness. I think the b&w makes the stone in this structure look solid as a rock (if that makes any sense!)...Nicely composed, too!
Looks like the perfect subject for a b&w photo.
This picture is perfect for the theme!Great job!Léia
Oh, I like this...I love stone buildings.
additional thought: looks like the windmill in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang without the panes (it probably doesn't, but that was my first thought!(. Love the bricks
That is perfect in Monochrome! Imposing and reliable, as every good lighthouse should be!
Beautiful lighthouse, EG... I love that old stone look... Aren't lighthouses interesting???? If I didn't collect waterfalls, I'd probably collect lighthouses. haHugs,Betsy
What a wonderful lighthouse. I love the stone and the shot is perfect in monochrome.
This is TOO beautiful! I love stone anything.B.
I love all your three recent blogs, the eagle is amazing, you caught it just in action. I have never seen sunflower this tall. Great BW of the lighthouse.
The lighthouse stone looks great in the monochrome. More solid for some reason. MB
Awesome!Is like a lithograph, fascinating!Excellent work!
Fantastic post and lovely light house..Looking so old and beautiful..Thanks for sharing the beauty with us..Unseen Rajasthan
Absolutely fab shot here! One of your best!!! A real "WOW" here!
Wow, love the B&W and the texture. Great shot!
I really like the texture of the stone as portrayed in black'n'white.
That's a fantastic photo of the lighthouse. The B&W adds drama and I like the perspective you captured.
What an amazing structure. I keep thinking about the people that built it and how they went about it.Darla
Awesome shot! I love the way the black and white actually gives MORE dimension to the brick. The grainy sky imparts a sense of eeriness (sp?). I like it!
Elizabeth is right. One to be very pleased with.
The stone wall looks great - and I love the grainy clouds.
Great subject for B&W. I love the way the tower points into a threatening sky. It's an evocative image, nicely done.
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