I have been taking photographs ever since I can remember. I am not a great photographer, but I enjoy it immensely.
These patterns looks nice as B&W-shots:)
That was some very intriguing patterns - perfect for the setting.Re your comment - I was standing at the end of the line...
I am sure they look better in B&W rather than colour. Really good.
I like the middle one best...Wrought Iron looks super in mono.
Very nice and unique shots. :-)
These are lovely and make such interesting patterns. Unique choice.
Those wrought iron gazebos are so interesting. I like the different patterns a lot.
Perfect subjects for B&W. SmilesB
Great eye for beautiful shots. The patterns are wonderful.
What lovely ironwork, especially set against the sky like that. How lucky for us that you looked up.
Intricate, fascinating designs and the monochrome certainly accentuates the outlines!
All three of your photos are spectacular. You have a good eye!
Ahhh .. heart shapes and wrought iron .. two of my very favorite things
These are great. I particularly like wrought iron work, but usually only see fencing, so this is a treat.
Beautiful patterns. Nice in b&w.
It was very interesting,It work well in monochrome.Great picture:)PS: Thanks for the visit of my monochrome.
Me me me, oh me, i'm gushing about your pics, they're so pretty! (love the sepia pelicans too but i'm too lazy to comment twice!)I also visited your other blog and read about your Easter candy....brings a new dimension to an egg hunt! (and it's just the type of thing I do all the time, put things somewhere "safe"!)
Lovely! I love pattern shots like this, and they wouldn't look anywhere near as good in colour!
Fabulous mono shots!
I very much like these patterns in B&W.
Interesting patterns. I enjoyed your comment on Major Tom, so true. And a great song, well ahead of it's time. Hope you stop back some time.
These are lovely. Like Dina, my favourite is the middle one.
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