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2013 January Challenge B&W #27
Frank Brault

2013 January Challenge B&W #27

Clinton, CT USA

Clinton Railroad Station

Olympus OM-D E-M5 ,Panasonic LUMIX G 20 mm / F1.7 ASPH. , Best at original size
1/500s f/2.8 at 20.0mm iso200 RAW/PP full exif

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Cindi Smith31-Jan-2013 00:52
Love places like this. Has an older feel with a modern twist. Nice perspective!
maggie_falconi30-Jan-2013 15:31
Wonderful pov and composition Frank! V
Barbara Heide28-Jan-2013 22:29
nicely composed!
bill friedlander28-Jan-2013 18:39
Intriguing lines and curves, and very sharp front to back! Great POV! V
Tom LeRoy28-Jan-2013 18:36
Looks like a maze, great perspective and shot. V
Norman Richard28-Jan-2013 14:43
looks like a challenge to get to the station. V
Yvonne28-Jan-2013 10:34
An ideal pov showing off all the railing Frank! v
Stephanie28-Jan-2013 09:50
This works so well in B&W! Great geometric angles and shapes! v
Janice Dunn28-Jan-2013 09:24
Lots os shapes and anges and lines - so good in BW
borisalex28-Jan-2013 07:18
Love the zick-zack of lines leading to the station, a fine composition! V.
Mieke WA Minkjan28-Jan-2013 07:11
perfect play with lines and shapes! V
carol j. phipps28-Jan-2013 02:20
The lights are attractive! The rails make it look like a challenge to get around.
Ed McConnell28-Jan-2013 02:15
like all the railing angles..great comp and PoV.
Karen Stuebing27-Jan-2013 22:41
I like the point of view leading into the station. A perfect subject for black and white. Beautifully photographed. V.
Brenda27-Jan-2013 22:31
It feels like I'm walking into this picture. Great POV.
Mark Chambers LRPS27-Jan-2013 21:34
Interesting composition that works well in B&W. V
Micky Waby27-Jan-2013 19:26
Looks much more up market then Clinton New Zealand.Nice capture of all the angles.
John Lamb27-Jan-2013 18:45
The light stands remind me of drooping flowers.