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Friday, May 7, 2010

Monochrome Weekend: Sanford, NC Railroad House

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Mojo said...

Perfect choice for B&W! Wonderful shot.

Daryl said...

Mojo is right, its the perfect house for a monochrome treatment

Sistertex said...

Lots of history there. Love places like this. They are especially ripe for taking in monochorme. Great find, excellent job.

Vita Stunder said...

Lovley choice for B&W!!
Have a great weekend, Carver :)

Dragonstar said...

What a beautiful old house. I like the tall, narrow windows. Lovely.

Ann said...

when is the train coming? Great B&W

Anonymous said...

Nice shot - looks like an old building - suited to monochrome.

Horsoon said...

It's right out of an old book; love the charm of this shot.

webruci said...

Just like a movie:)

Anya said...

Almost antique :D
That house looks very special !!

Enjoy your weekend

Petunia said...

A perfect black and white subject!

Rebecca said...

What a quaint structure. Perfect in b&w


Photo By Manka said...

What a house, b&w is the thing with this photo..great shot.

Have a great day.


Carolyn Ford said...

I like how the window treatments and lamp posts really shine in black and white. Very nice find a capture.

Cezar and Léia said...

It's such a nice image, evoking times long gone... And I like very much your header too!
God bless you!

allhorsestuff said...

What a cool building in B/W! Those windows are so amazing with the finish work,like the door!
Back in time we go or?

Serendipity said...

It's perfect in B&W!

Sean said...

I like the textures on this... nicely done!

lina@home sweet home said...

Great mono...
Love seeing it :)

SandyCarlson said...

A nifty place. I need to add Sanford to my list of NC places to get to. If I can ever peel myself off the beach. Thanks for taking me there.

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

Very nice subject for black and white.have a w0nderful m0nday.

Regina said...

Great mono and subject!

Ayie said...

very classic looking

NicoleB, Egypt said...

What a beautiful building and shot!
I don't think I've ever seen windows like that or frames that look that way. Way cool :D!


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