Sunday, 29 August 2010

Stairway to somewhere


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30 comments:

Mildred said...

What an incredible picture!

Janice said...

I really like how you used the shadows in this photograph. Beautiful work!

Piyush said...

Really cool!

Frank de Jol said...

Excellent shot!

Le Journal de Chrys said...

I don't speak english very well but I can say your photo is wonderfull...

Woody said...

Excellent capture. I like the angle of the shadow; it almost looks lie a separate ladder and you wonder where they will intersect.

Jo said...

Wow, I've had to do a double take. Incredible photo. Have a wonderful weekend.

Limar said...

What a dramatic photo! Very nice :)

veredit said...

Fantastic b/w!!! Reminds me on Hitchcock!

Enjoy your weekend :))

Pagan Sphinx said...

Wow. What a superb photograph.

Dimple said...

I love this. Horizontal,diagonal, vertical,actual,shadow, natural, and manufactured working together marvelously. Great shot!

Ann said...

INteresting. Good lines.

ρομπερτ said...

Reminds me of a song I used to be able to play on the guitarre. Please have a good Sunday.


daily athens

Bruce Caspersonn said...

Up you go then.

Rinkly Rimes said...

The branches will pull you back as you climb!

Davine said...

Wonderful photo.

J Bar said...

The shadow is brilliant.

paul said...

Striking image, playing with light and shadow. I'm still struggling to fully visualize the geometry.

Birgitta "foto CHIP" said...

Great shot - I love the composition :)

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Peter said...

This photo get better the more you examine it, by the way love yesterdays as well

Joan Elizabeth said...

says snakes and ladders to me ... this is a beaut shot.

Dragonstar said...

Great textures and shadows. I like this so much.

john said...

Very interesting composition. I like it a lot.

Kay L. Davies said...

Just lovely. Words fail me.
K

michael bird said...

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.

Julie said...

*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.

T. Becque said...

WONDERFUL! Fantastic composition and lines.

Lachezar said...

Wow! Fantastic photographic reality and a truly amazing image!

all ways 11 o'clock said...

This is a wonderful shot. The composition complex and beautiful.

~robert

Julie said...

Much appreciated, Robert. Thank you.