Tuesday, March 23, 2010

wordless wednesday #171: showtime


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19 comments:

Aayushi Mehta said...

Perfect interpretation of the prompt!
I like how the signboard stands out so clearly and the shadow play in the rest of the shot!

Carver said...

Excellent shot. You are so good at night photography. I find it very hard to shoot at night.

Daryl said...

Another winner .. and if you havent seen it, Crazy Heart is excellent

louisebah said...

i love this!!! you have such a knack for drama(tisation) :)

smarmoofus said...

Why do I feel like the titles on the marquee should be for scary movies? Drama is right. This is downright spooky. But fun to look at!

-smarmoofus

Sukhmandir Kaur said...

Very cool capture with even the words Black and White in the photo and widows is so close to windows too! Nice!

zeal4adventure said...

Totally love the drama!

Gunsside said...

Beautiful photography
-giving a dramatic effect in black and white ;)

Beth F said...

Absolutely lovely in B&W

fiberdoodles said...

WOW Great picture! Happy Wordless Wednesday!!

Maggie May said...

A lovely classical shot.
Looks like it could have come from a glossy magazine.

Nuts in May

catsynth said...

Beautiful, crisp and dark photo.

TorAa said...

I'm impressed by you photo quality,
as allways.

Mama Lynn said...

Incredible shot. The lighting, the shadows - create an intriguing photograph.

magiceye said...

perfect

lisaschaos said...

So did you see anything? I love the shot, and how you venture out at night so much! :0)

We recently saw Remember Me and it was much different than I realized it would be.

lisaschaos said...

So did you see anything? I love the shot, and how you venture out at night so much! :0)

We recently saw Remember Me and it was much different than I realized it would be.

Ron Cooper said...

Lights and shadows...this can't get any better!

Ron Cooper said...

The soul basks in silence.