Friday, March 14, 2008

On the Water


This is a photo I took from the Staten Island Ferry heading back to Manhttan, with Staten Island in the background. I don't show so many black and white photos so I decided to try that effect with this one. (And I was inspired seeing black and white photos on other people's blogs.) I'm not sure if I like the color version better since it was a bright and sunny day. Anyway, I hope you all have a great weekend and see you Monday!

11 comments:

Wanda said...

I love the look of water in any form !! This is a beautiful night time shot.

Blue Wave 707 said...

The black & white was a great choice & great shot!

Dan Allen said...

I like the black and white. In addition to being a nice shot in itself, it provides a neat contrast to the other photographs on your page.

Greg C said...

I love black and white photo's. That water looks inviting.

Gudl said...

I think it looks great in black and white. it gives it something 'mysterious'...
you have a nice weekend, too1

GMG said...

Hi Lori, this week was another hectic one, so I’m sorry to have been a bit absent from here. Anyhow TGIF, so I managed to drop by to see some wonderful pictures. Loved this view of the reflecting sun , as well as the Metropolitan shots... Federer won, but it was not a piece of cake... Lucky you! Finally, the Odd Fountain; though blue, I'm not so sure I like it... ;))
Hope you enjoy Oia and its fabulous sunset at Blogtrotter.
Have a great weekend!
Gil

Moi said...

love the silver look of water here.....have a great weekend , Lori :)
and hey i dont think i ever told you this before, i so love your current profile image!

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John Roberts said...

I think it came out very nice! Don't be afraid to try more of these. The more you do, the better you'll get.

lv2scpbk said...

It's a nice photo in black and white. I bet that ray of light shows up better in the black & white instead of the color.

Mandy said...

I've been playing with rays of light in one of your photos, although not in b&w - anyhow the result of our collaboration is spherical warmth