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j'aime beaucoup l'athmosphere de ta photo, tres beau b&w
Superb. Must have been a cold, dark night! Hey, that could be the beginning of your new book: "Twas a cold dark night on the Rue de Vieux Versailles which was the reason I didn't notice the man approaching from the other side of the street, until suddenly he stood in front of me, face revealed in streams of shadows and light..."Well, you'll have to finish it!
For some reason, it reminds me of the lonely wild west (despite the TV antennae!). Very very moody & a terrific b&w!
Du mystère dans l'air.
Bravo!C'est l'atmosphère, l'ambiance du film noir!Magnifique! ;)bisesLéia
So what's an "NG shot"? No good? :-)
This is a cool image.
Nice black and white. I really like the clouds in that dark sky.
I bet that sky was blue as anything in colour Ciel, I like this perspective very much, as if the beams from all the antennae are shooting out into space..(did I mention my overactive imagination haha)
Where are the windows...?? Interesting mood and composition, Ciel.
@ Grace: yes the sky was deep blue!
I do like the beautiful contrast of shapes and forms. Cool find!
Okay, as you must have guessed, I'm using a translator...but it's very helpful in terms of getting a sense of how French is structured as well as picking up knowledge of various words. What's driving me crazy is trying to do the diacriticals/accents right...I've attempted to change my keyboard to the International Keyboard but nothing works. Any ideas?Oh, and have a nice sunny, warm weekend! Or, come to Florida for a few days. Warm we've got. Sun we've got.
Hi Ciel! Re your comment on Stone Creek: Rick is the best golfer. He's about 60 feet tall and has a long, sweeping swing. Sometimes I can beat him but not often. I usually can beat Grant. I beat him today! :-)
but definitely artsy!
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