Sunday, 29 March 2009

Monochrom Monday - Nevlunghavn


The Monochrom monday concept came from Aileni at LOOSE ENDS

33 comments:

donnie said...

beautiful buildings and photo - nothing better

Charlotte said...

Likte etterbehandlingen du har gjort med dette bildet, ser jo ut som om du tar oss 100 år tilbake i tid :) Flott bilde :)

imac said...

Very interesting capture, B/W makes it a bit spooky looking but its very eye catching as well.
I like this photo of yours a lot John, but I like all your work, very inspiring.

RuneE said...

Det minnet meg om et fiskevær nordpå. Artig å se forskjellen mellom de du har vist i farger og dette i sort-hvit.

Anne-Berit said...

Vakkert s/hv-bilde.

RuneE said...

Helt riktig - tatt fra en liten altan på hjertemedisin på RH. Jeg sa med vilje ikke hva bygningen egentlig var.

allhorsestuff said...

That is very surreal in B/W!
Lovely

Aileni said...

The ice is melting but it still looks cold.
Fine image.

Dina ... UK said...

The water looks very cold and dark,
a lot of texture.
lovely.....

Rune said...

Her har du tatt oss mange generasjoner tilbake i Nevlunghavn John. Veldig flott bilde!

Rune said...

Takk det samme til dere :) Å nei du, her går ingen bobler ut av huset uansett formål, hehe.

Ida said...

Flott bilde.
Det ser fredfullt og stille ut der.
Navnet forbinder jeg med Reiseradioen.... ;)

starnitesky said...

Interesting photo with all the different textures.

Babooshka said...

It does have a otherwordly feel, like a ghostown. Always great photography.

Mojo said...

Phenomenal, but it would be. You get such marvelous contrast in your color images, I'd expect nothing less in your monochromes.

Fabulous work as always!

Joe Narvaez said...

An air of mystery. Vignetting worked for this photo. I like it!

kazu said...

It's very interesting capture.
Greay shot! I like it.

bentonflocke said...

always great photography! Like how you do your shots!!

chrome3d said...

It looks so effortlessly like something that you found from the attic. This is where grandpa used to live...

vincibene said...

Interesting buildings, like from another time.

Dragonstar said...

Apart from the materials used in the construction, this photo could have been taken in our area! There's so much to see here. I like the reflection of the tree in the water, the angle made by the small boat left by the falling tide, and the shapes of the rocks.

Robin said...

Wonderful depth and texture, and that old boat just makes the shot.

Robert Hill said...

I love the black and white.

magiceye said...

beautifully composed as usual!! another wonderful classic!

Carolina said...

There's a lot going on in this picture. Makes me feel a bit uncomfortable. Don't know why.
(I really prefer the picture below this one. Beautiful!!!)

Daryl said...

Oh this is just super ... it cries out for a story!

Ferreira-Pinto said...

Fantastic.
Nicely frammed and a good reflection on the water too.

uncleawang said...

As always..beautiful B&W photo.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I like the way the curve of the walkway draws my eyes into the photo. Your photo makes what I suspect was a drab day look inviting.

keith said...

What a beautifully composed picture.

Adrian LaRoque said...

Very good black and white congratulations John!

Ash said...

Fantastic shot!

raf said...

Especially like these shots in Nevlunghavn, John, but all in this latest series are splendid!