dimanche 12 octobre 2008

MONOCHROME MONDAY # 3


City birds.


From my balcony.




It's a distance shot. So, it appears a little blurry. Like the weather. Colors are real, grey as Paris sometimes.


If you want to watch more Monochrome pictures or participate , I meet you at Loose Ends

20 commentaires:

  1. I love these and D'star will love the chimney pots. She used to collect picture of pots.
    These make excellent monos.

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  2. Love how the birds are atop odd shapes on rooflines! The shapes and birds look great in black and white! I must admit, I don't think of Paris as grey! So it's good to see a new side!

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  3. You know what blows my mind is that this shot isn't in B&W! It took me a moment to realize that, and I'd wondered if you'd spot colored it... then I saw where this is just how it looked in the real world.

    Finding monochrome in the world -- even in a full color shot... that's talent!

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  4. Thank-you for visiting me.
    Otherwise, because I'm not the worlds best visitor I might not have found your blog.

    You have a good eye.
    And, your location has hapyn memories for me.

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  5. Perfect subject and capture. Just visited here for the first time but have bookmarked so I'll definitely be back. I just adore Paris. Spent a week there in June of this year and it was just awesome.......

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  6. I hope those Parisian sky rats, er, pigeons dont poop on your parade ... great shots!

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  7. Vraiment monochromes Tes photos...
    Elles me font penser au fil "Les oiseaux" d'Hitchcock !

    Belles photos oui...

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  8. I love these shots. Birds are always so appealing to me on top of fixtures and buildings. You did a great job shooting these.

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  9. These are fun, and Aileni is right - I love those chimney pots!

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  10. You have captured a Gothic atmosphere that sends my imagination down many a tangled and dimly lit road! These are wonderful.

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  11. My monochrome was full colored, too. sometimes there are days like that.

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  12. Really wonderful compositions, Catherine.
    I like the silhouettes of the birds on the chimneypots.

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  13. lovely photographs of a seemingly dreary day!

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  14. Hi Catherine!
    Rod Brind'Amour was born in Ottawa Ontario, but left there at a very early age and moved to Campbell River, British Columbia. As far as I know, he doesn't even speak French. But there are many many French Canadian players in the NHL, and a growing number of Europeans as well.

    Thanks for stopping by!

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  15. Belles photos monochromes chère Catherine :-)

    Amitiés,

    p.s. “Becoming Me” est toujours un blog public mais j’y restreins l’acces pendant que je le mets à jour.

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  16. What lovely monos Catherine! Another beautiful and creative post! There is something waiting for you on my blog!!!

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  17. Cold and chilly...and so lovely too.

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