... an eye to the plain, pragmatic past, rather than the gaudy, charismatic present ...
What an incredible picture!
I really like how you used the shadows in this photograph. Beautiful work!
I don't speak english very well but I can say your photo is wonderfull...
Excellent capture. I like the angle of the shadow; it almost looks lie a separate ladder and you wonder where they will intersect.
Wow, I've had to do a double take. Incredible photo. Have a wonderful weekend.
What a dramatic photo! Very nice :)
Fantastic b/w!!! Reminds me on Hitchcock! Enjoy your weekend :))
Wow. What a superb photograph.
I love this. Horizontal,diagonal, vertical,actual,shadow, natural, and manufactured working together marvelously. Great shot!
INteresting. Good lines.
Reminds me of a song I used to be able to play on the guitarre. Please have a good Sunday.daily athens
Up you go then.
The branches will pull you back as you climb!
The shadow is brilliant.
Striking image, playing with light and shadow. I'm still struggling to fully visualize the geometry.
Great shot - I love the composition :)http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/08/29/Weekend-in-Monochrome.aspx
This photo get better the more you examine it, by the way love yesterdays as well
says snakes and ladders to me ... this is a beaut shot.
Great textures and shadows. I like this so much.
Very interesting composition. I like it a lot.
Just lovely. Words fail me.K
Ok, how you get that shadow over there - is there a second ladder? Didn't think so but still don't see your perspective. Very nifty, Julie.
*smile*Nope nothing tricky, nothing altered. The one ladder went from the roof of a one story terrace to the guttering of a three story terrace. I deliberately did not want the guttering. I wanted it to go on forever. The sun was a winter sun and the time was about 4pm. The only change I made was to convert to B&W.
WONDERFUL! Fantastic composition and lines.
Wow! Fantastic photographic reality and a truly amazing image!
This is a wonderful shot. The composition complex and beautiful.~robert
Much appreciated, Robert. Thank you.
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