Su, all the way over in New Zealand, has challenged me to participate in (another) black and white challenge.  I think I’ll take on that challenge, although I won’t be doing it on consecutive days because of other challenges I enjoy.  Here’s a shot from the PAFA print room in Philadelphia.

© janet m. webb

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Comments
  1. A very modern, graphic image, Janet. For some reason this strikes me as something we might see in Berlin.
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    • I know what you mean about Berlin, but I’m not quite sure how to put into words why I could feel that way too. Thanks for making the first comment. I always feel a little bereft if there are no comments. 😏

      janet

      • I think that it is the layered combination of glass & steel, and the thin vertical elements intersecting with the clean horizontal planes that give it the Berlin vibe.

        I put a lot of photography on EyeEm and they are based in Berlin. They have some outstanding B&W architectural photos from local artists in and around the city. I think that Berlin would be on my Bucket List right after the Northern Lights.
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      • I think you’re right, Allan.

  2. scr4pl80 says:

    Very cool. I had to do a double take to see what was happening here.

  3. Your shot shows interesting contrasting lines and made me wonder how it would look like in colour.

  4. Su Leslie says:

    Thanks for joining in Janet 🙂 This is a great shot; the kind b&w does best with the crisp lines and angles and sharp contrasts.

  5. Well done, you caught a sense of the movement.

  6. viewfromfivetwo says:

    wow I loved this! If you have a chance it would mean so much if you checked out my blog! viewfromfivetwosite.wordpress.com

  7. Jane Lurie says:

    I love the graphic feel of this image, Janet. Great light and lines.

  8. restlessjo says:

    I like it, Janet! 🙂 🙂

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