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Friday, March 4, 2011

The Weekend in Black and White: Lake Johnson Center

I thought the Lake Johnson Center might be an interesting subject for black and white because of the tin roof.

I had trouble deciding between the first two shots for my black and white entry this week.
Then I thought I would go ahead and show you what the whole building looks like.
But it's hard to show the whole building without showing both sides.
So there you have it, or at least the main exterior. Click for the home of the weekend in black and white.


anemonen said...

I think it´s many lovely photos. I like the light in the frames.

Dragonstar said...

The roofs are great, but I have to admit my favourite is the third, with all those shadows through the fence!

Regina said...

Fantasist captures!

Anonymous said...

I agree with Dragonstar. I like the third best. Great tonality, geometry, play of light and shadow...

James said...

I actually like the top two best but they are all very nice!

lina@home sweet home said...

Love the light and shadows in your photos :)

annalarssonphotography said...

I love the first of your shots in this serie Carver! Beautiful capture!

Alexander said...

Beautiful black and white photos. I like the 1st shot best. :) It has character and boldness.

Have a wonderful weekend :)

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Laura said...

Wonderful light reflected off the roof!

Yoshi said...

I like the reflection on the roof! My favorite is the first one:)
Have a wonderful Sunday.

genie said...

I like the third one, too, with all of its interesting images, but I REALLY love the first one. The glow on that one roof, and other one without the light in contrast, and then the beautiful sky above. You even were able to go a great job of capturing the crimping of the tin. The linear qualities of this shot are so appealing to me. Fab photo!

Walk in New York said...

belle serie, avec une preference pour la troisieme et l'angle choisi

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