Thursday, February 25, 2010

Vertical / Horizontal

Vertical / Horizontal I : Geneva, CH

Again, this is not meant to be a 2 Things Challenge. It just worked out this way yesterday and today. Today's post features a couple of pictures inside the building where I work. I like the lines and thought the top photo especially worked well for capturing vertical and horizontal lines.

 Vertical / Horizontal II : Geneva, CH

Photo copyright: Janet M Kincaid, 2/10


James said...

Lines are powerful tools for interesting photos. Great shots!

Debi said...

Yowza yowza yowza! I love the top photo. Excellent, Janet.

Maya said...

It looks like a totally different place when done in B&W! Nicely done.

VW: nutti (are you calling me crazy? or is this short for nutella?)

Cele said...

I am always amazeds at what comes out when you change the viewpoint. As Maya pointed out the difference from everyday and your black and white perspective. Like the beach picket fence picture you took a few years back.

I've always wanted to take black and white frost pictures, but when it is frosty I've got color in the Pentax.

Carolyn said...

Very good capture, Janet. Strong image and one to be proud of.

Rob said...

Excellent linear shots and so perfect in black and white.

Janet M Kincaid said...

James: My office building is full of great lines. I think it was built in the 1950s.

Debi: Thanks! I happened to be at the office late one night and couldn't resist snapping this.

Maya: It has a certain charm in B&W, no? (And no, I'm not calling you crazy, but I would be happy with some Nutella!)

Cele: You must upgrade to digital. I'd like to figure out how to take frost pictures, too.

Carolyn: Thank you! I may just frame the top one some day.

Rob: I think I should convert the top photo to B&W. What do you think?

Rob said...

by all means, tweak the lighting for the blacks and whites to pop out.