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Bishop-White House - Olde City Philadelphia
30-DEC-2009

Bishop-White House - Olde City Philadelphia

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Jola Dziubinska21-Jan-2010 13:03
Wonderful composition and matching sepia shades. Vote.
Reminds me the place in Warsaw
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LynnH16-Jan-2010 05:57
Perfect subject for monochrome. Very sharp. Very linear. Very well done. V
Jeff Lobaugh15-Jan-2010 20:32
Wonderful exposure and detail!!!
Walter O. Koenig15-Jan-2010 19:28
Excellent perspective with these different layers and textures. Very effective in monochrome.
lisamidi15-Jan-2010 16:27
Great shapes and good composition, works good in bw.
Norman Richard15-Jan-2010 15:37
old but still strong!
Betty Vlasiu15-Jan-2010 12:30
Excellent details. Very well done. v
Ronald Bijtenhoorn15-Jan-2010 11:04
Great tones, it's like an etch!
Carl and Racine Erland15-Jan-2010 08:24
What a beautiful area of the city...great perspective and wonderful composition. - Racine
Mieke WA Minkjan15-Jan-2010 07:11
excellent composition
Cindi Smith15-Jan-2010 03:42
Love the wall....makes you want to venture on and look at the buildings beyond. Like the sepia tones, girl!
Yvonne15-Jan-2010 03:40
Lovely angle looking up into the buildings & the contrasting feathery framing by the trees... v
Dawn B15-Jan-2010 03:40
Beautiful architecture here and it works really well with the post processing!
Sheila15-Jan-2010 02:03
I like the mono version the most. Very nice shot!
carol j. phipps15-Jan-2010 00:41
Wonderful old architecture!
Phillip Normanton14-Jan-2010 23:58
It's a zigzagorama! :o)
Available Light Images14-Jan-2010 23:34
Wow, you chose a tough one for today.. Firstly, I think it works really well in BW, having such a strong foreground element is demanding on the eye, but I honestly think you've pulled this one off.. well done..
Gary Blanchette14-Jan-2010 23:12
I love the treated version.
Sofia Solomennikova14-Jan-2010 22:25
Beautiful in monochrome! V
Santi Bravo Figueras14-Jan-2010 21:19
Good work with tones. Congratulations.
Doug Cruden14-Jan-2010 21:17
Great composition - this would have been a cracker for December's rectangles...I like the soft colour here, beautifully done Stephanie!
François Fauchard14-Jan-2010 21:05
These walls make a nice graphic composition.
Bernard Davis14-Jan-2010 20:16
Definately a photogenic city. Nice shot, great pov and excellent angles.
Stewart Mitchell14-Jan-2010 19:39
A lot of angles going on there....it comes together very well as a whole. Super tones :)
Chris(tine)14-Jan-2010 18:55
This has grown like Topsy! Super tones.
bill friedlander14-Jan-2010 18:38
Lovely composition and tones. Nice geometrical design made by the buildings. V
Larry Peterson14-Jan-2010 18:06
Terrific capture, Stephanie. Wonderful composition. BV
Kathryn14-Jan-2010 18:02
Over the wall, good shot.
Frank Brault14-Jan-2010 17:58
Excellent point of view and nice graphics.
heather14-Jan-2010 15:29
Love the tones.. really suits the image. Lovely image Stephanie! V
Pete Hemington14-Jan-2010 15:17
Nice duo of shots, I forget that you have old buildings in the States!
Looks very distinguished
Gerhard Ritsema14-Jan-2010 15:08
Very well composed and nice tone! Kind of european style of building.
Barbara Heide14-Jan-2010 14:58
excellent composition and textures...
Ed McConnell14-Jan-2010 14:49
very nice b&w image Steph, I remember seeing those buildings when I visited Philly.
maggie_falconi14-Jan-2010 13:54
Lovely sharp image Steph! Another nice building . Your Philadelphia photos are amazing !
J. Scott Coile14-Jan-2010 13:52
Great perspective. I like the consistent tones of the partially sarturated version. Well composed.
laine14-Jan-2010 13:30
oh that's definitely made for b/w tones...a fine shot.
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