Monday, 13 April 2009

Monochrom Mondays - Oslo Opera house


The Monochrom monday concept came from Aileni at LOOSE ENDS

36 comments:

LiseMari said...

Utrolig stilig dette John :)

Aileni said...

Fabulous shot - yet more perspective for today.The Blogger site will be closed by next week if you want to update your link.

Siw Aina said...

Flott bilde. Du er dyktig, så det er en fryd å surre rundt her inne på bloggen din :)

bentonflocke said...

wow, that´s a totally fantastic shot!!

Dagrun said...

Så flott, man kan virkelig "gå tur" i bildet; flotte linjer og speilinger!

Charlotte said...

Dette var skikkelig tøft. Flotte spilinger i glasset. Du er så dyktig!!!

Cath said...

Interesting perspective. Good shot. As always. ;0)

I am realising that my blog does not update or let you know on google reader when I have posted. So pop by from time to time. I have posted, it just doesn't show.

Gärdsmygen said...

Härligt perspektiv! Speglingarna i glasen är läckra också!

Anne said...

Stilig som vanlig, linjene i bilde ble bare knall!!

Men hva er der med deg å tog??

uncleawang said...

Wow!!!this is great B&W..

Daryl said...

Great shot .. good angle!

That is the chicken said...

Great picture...I love the reflections in the glass.

kazu said...

How beautiful building.
Great photo!

Ivar Ivrig said...

Dæsken det gjorde seg i s/h :-)

Mojo said...

HArd to tell what's reflected and what's inside... keeps the interest going on and on and on...

Wonderful!

Anne-Berit said...

Et fantastisk bilde i s/hv.Og så utrolig skarpt og fint.

imac said...

Super building, all glass to view.
Pop and see my Provocative glass.

Babooshka said...

This so clever. Each pane of glass is a framed image in it's self.

Martha said...

A good choice for a monochrome shot. I haven't tried any of these yet, I'm learning by seeing.

Gärdsmygen said...

Tack för kommentar och tack för tips om stora bilder, du såg att jag lagt om det nu!! Klar förbättring!

Ivar Ivrig said...

Hepp. Nei jeg har ikke brukt filter på biblioteket deres. Bare med overlegg gjort det litt dus. Altså mindre skarpt enn vanlig. Vet ikke om det funka, men jeg liker å prøve noe nytt.

Dina ... UK said...

A very impressive house....

Rune said...

Veldig pent i s/h, det ble så langt mer linjer i det.

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Takk for kommentar, hehe, var de ikke fine da?

tossan said...

Series of super photos p& b incredible! Congratulações photographic.

The Things We Carried said...

WOW!!!!! I am taken in by this in a hundred ways. The depth and the angles you have captured so well!

Also,the tracks below are phenomenal!

Mari said...

Great shot! It's perfect for monochrome Monday. It almost looks like a pencil drawing with all the lines and shading.

slim said...

There is so much to look at in this image. What a fantastic building. There is so much to play off of here. Nice choice for Monochrome Monday.

Pati said...

wow, that´s a totally fantastic shot!!

Ferreira-Pinto said...

A fabulous facade of a building that haves fine architecture.

Wenche said...

Nydeleg bilde! Flotte speglingar. Du er virkeleg dyktig å ta bilder. Er alltid kjekt å ta turen innom bloggen din.

amatamari said...

Is a painting abstract ...

I am speechless!

Wonderful!!!

raf said...

Truly a striking monochrone, John! Great junk car series too. I still have one of the old VW transporters. Little better shape than your pictured one though. :)

SandyCarlson said...

That is OUTSTANDING! The lines, the shapes, the sense of being pulled in--a masterpiece, John.

Dragonstar said...

I love it! John, this is perfect!

magiceye said...

stunningly superb!!!

bryan said...

Very nice! Love the lines in this shot.