... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Being an electrical engineer, I love anything that sparks, buzzes, or glows. These are most excellent and I'm particularly fond of the first. I've had this idea for a shot in my head for months and this might just be the inspiration to go get it (nothing dangerous).
Very crisp image.
Perfect shots !
amazing details! I very much like the diagonal lines!...
Exellent! Love the details, and mono makes them more interesting, I think.
Good topic for mono art. The light makes them .
I really like the first one, so clear and sharp.
I like the first one too. Unusual subject for a photo - the strong graphic lines and diagonals make a really punchy image.
I like the top one best but both are very good.
I love monochrome shots that show details like these.
wow, the first one zings... 'look at me' sort of thingthe 2nd subtly waits and gradually works its charm!I like!have to laugh at woody... "nothing dangerous" makes it all the more intriguing!
Great photos! Julie, you should charge us for all your work.
I like the first one Julie. Then again, I can't make up my mind because the second photo has me interested as well.
Wonderful lines and light in the first one. Great in b&w.
Amazing details Julie, especially the first shot!
Very interesting shots! lovely!
You've done a great job of taking a common thing that would have gone unnoticed by most and made it glorious.
i love the industrial beauty of these....great photos!
Common objects that we don't think twice about suddenly acquire a new dimension when you concentrate on shape and form in Black and white.
Very industrial. I really miss not having a railway close by! They tracks and cables make for great subjects. Great job!
what beautiful clear shots, not that all your photos aren't clear but I guess it's the contrast of the b&w. They've made a great subject!
That's the sort of stuff I find myself taking pictures of, and then having to explain to those with me why I'm taking pictures of wires. Cheers!
Congrats on making the wall.
Taa ... yes, I noticed that.
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