An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
Congrats Doug. An amazing capture. So many contrasts of black and white, light and shade, soft and architectural foliage. A very dramatic shot. Where is Alfred Hitchcock when you need him>
hello Doug HickokAnd good month!From Greece from Thessaloniki.We are friends of your blog time.You send messages, comment on the posts youand no answer ever!WhyWe get good mood and admire your workYou're too high.Paul
Paul,I often answer with comments on other photo blogs, but do not always have time to answer every comment. I thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog and am sorry if I have offended you in any way.Doug
I wouldn't have imagined this works in monochrome but it's brilliant!
I like some of your pictures.It's an hard work to find each day a different photo.I try to do the same, like a "private diary".best
Can't put my finger on what I like about this photo, but I like it!Maybe it's the great b$w processing ?
I like this beautiful light and your bw processing
Brilliant, looks like Infrared.
Absolutely wonderful, beautiful photo
Very artistic picture, I like a lot the sensation of texture!Léia
Oh yes, Doug. This reeks of the South! :D I love it.
this is perfection, doug, in every respect! my compliments, sir !!!
Ah, a scene made for B&W :)Very nicely processed and equally well exposed - those lighting conditions can't have been easy!
Superb details and wonderful depth in this image. The silver light is really impressive!
fabulous tones. dynamite reflections
Who´s looking at ...?. Wonderful reflections.BW superb!!! Extreme. Have a nice week!
Ha ha... This is rather scary!I hope I won't have any nightmares tonight. :O
I feel that I have been here. It is not substantially different than many areas here in Florida. Beautiful light!
Wow! That's what I call a great BW! Very creative and original! LOve this one!Have a nice day.
An awesome study, Doug. Congrats!
this is really gorgeous, love your take on framing this scene..