Sunday, October 11, 2009

Boathouses/ Monochrome Maniacs


 Entering the harbour at Beaverton, Ontario. on Lake Simcoe

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

14 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Very nice! Does anybody live in such houses or are they solely for the purpose of keeping the boats?
God bless you!
Cezar

cieldequimper said...

Hmmm, what a nice place to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon!

RuneE said...

You have been at the filters again ;-) . It is nice playing around when you can post results like this!

Lene said...

Yes, please - I would like a boat, just like that - and one of the boathouses, and our monochrome life would be just perfect ;)

Have a great week :)

judi said...

yes you are creating interesting textures and feel to your recent shots. I like 'em

Jenn Jilks said...

We popped into Beaverton for coffee last week. Delightful town. BOught a wee line drawing, too, of the old theatre.

Snow today. Glad to be home and off the roads!

cheerio
Happy turkey time!

Jacob said...

I think maybe the mania for monochromes missed on this one...I'd sure like to see this in color...the water and boat houses and that boat must be magnificent...

A truly lovely scene!

Small City Scenes said...

OOOO, it looks very eerie in mono. Interesting though. MB

Tricia said...

Outstanding b&w pic

Betty said...

Great monochrome. I'll take one of the room on the top.

PERBS said...

I love this photo --- and I almost missed it by forgetting to stop by yesterday! It is perfect in monochrome and a neat place too!

lisaschaos said...

I just love boathouses! They look nice in b&w too. :)

Regina said...

How awesome! I like this.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Beautiful B&W picture. The coarseness and being monochrome makes it appear absolutely vintage.

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