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photoblog image Brickworks In Winter I (Colour)

Brickworks In Winter I (Colour)

And here is another installment of my deep-in-winter series I appear to have started. This is a photo from the Toronto Brickworks and while it's quite plain I really quite liked the way the colours played out. I've got a black and white version all set for tomorrow so come back and tell me what you think in terms of what you like better and why :)

-sL

Brickworks In Winter I (Colour)

And here is another installment of my deep-in-winter series I appear to have started. This is a photo from the Toronto Brickworks and while it's quite plain I really quite liked the way the colours played out. I've got a black and white version all set for tomorrow so come back and tell me what you think in terms of what you like better and why :)

-sL

comments (3)

  • dotun
  • 22 Feb 2007, 13:40
well framed shot.
Well, I do prefer the black and white !
  • Ellie
  • New Forest, Hampshire, England
  • 28 Feb 2007, 21:12
Found the icicles, thanks for mentioning them otherwise I might not have had time to see this lovely picture .. which I prefer to the b/w one. I think because in this one they look more real, in the mono version they could almost be plastic Christmas decorations.

Lovely picture, I like the way the lines lead the eye inwards. But I haven't a clue why some of the icicles go sideways, I thought they worked with gravity. Do you think it's to do with wind when the were forming?

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