Sunday, September 20, 2009

Port of Rochester/ Monochrome Maniacs

Bridge at the Port of Rochester in New York State

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

36 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Very cool, EG. In my drivings around I see those little houses on old railroad bridges--all rusty. I may have a photo op and passed it by. You have such a keen eye. MB

Aileni said...

I agree with SCS - you do have an excellent eye for an image.

Jacob said...

This is a great subject for a b&w! All those lines and angles! Terrific!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Wow, this is neat with that house in there..great image-

Pagan Sphinx said...

Fantastic, as always!

George said...

This is a tremendous monochrome picture. I'm guessing that the bridge is some kind of drawbride. Very well done.

Starnitesky said...

Super mono shot - always a good subject.

Rose said...

Very nice, EG. I would like to see a picture from a distance now to get perspective.

PERBS said...

Great subject for monchrome!

Carver said...

What a great detail of the bridge. Great shot!

michael bird said...

Simply fantastic! Love the subject and the capture.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great monochrome picture, EG....

Hope you have a great week.
Hugs,
Betsy

~Just me again~ said...

I LOVE THIS, this is one of my fav ones this week so far. I love all athe angles.

lisaschaos said...

I think I would love to climb up there and feel the breeze and of course shoot a few shots! :)

AB said...

What an amazing structure!

christina said...

Wonderful shot and great in black and white!! Have a nice week!

magiceye said...

lovely!

Dina ... UK said...

Lovely image, very well captured...

RuneE said...

I suppose that is just a small part o some kind of bridge that can be opened or swung away - a great shot with lots of lines and angles to enjoy.

Kitty said...

I love the grainy feel to this - such a cool image!

Robin said...

What a great choice of image, you really do have a wonderful eye.

Nina Xi said...

Hi and thank you for visiting my blog! Wow, your picture was really dramatic!

John said...

Big coincidence; my wife was born in Rochester NY, I wonder if she knows the bridge?

Tom said...

I think you have a great eye for shots like this and your monocrome pictures are amongst the best I come across...

see you there! said...

Great visual, the lines really make your eye travel through the picture.

Darla

B SQUARED said...

Talk about a rust belt.

maryt/theteach said...

Love all the sharp lines, EG! Mine will be up on Wednesday! :)

Daryl said...

I have a friend who lives in Rochester .. nice town .. nice shot

Regina said...

Awesome! Great shot and lines.

Dragonstar said...

Oh, I love all the lines, angles and patterns! Perfect monochrome.

Clueless in Boston said...

Great composition and capture.

storyteller said...

Love all the lines and angles in this fascinating photo! Thanks for visiting mine at Sacred Ruminations. I have much to learn ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Calico Crazy said...

I grew up near this bridge. It looks much better in your photo than I remember it in real life.

Calico Contemplations

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

You did a great job of capturing this gorgeous structure. It looks awesome. Just perfect for b&w.

James said...

Great job! This is a really cool looking picture.

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Interesting subject made more vivid by the use of black&white. Nice!

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