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Writing with Light

Posts tagged “black and white

End of the Line

Here’s another image from my Subway Tableau©️ series.

Sometimes, no matter how hard you look it’s not always easy to see the end of the line.

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New York, NYC, Manhattan, subway, station, black and white, BNW, monochrome, tableau, 42nd Street

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The Oculus

This is fast becoming a favourite destination when in New York. Now I just have to decide whether its because I love photographing this spectacular structure  or whether its because I can go shopping at Century 21 afterwards 🙂

After some initial tweaking in Lightroom I used Nik Silver Efex Pro for the black and white conversion and then Topaz Simplify to make the crowd a bit more “faceless.”

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The Oculus, World Trade Center, New York, NYC, Lower Manhattan, Black and White, BNW


The Wave

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Tel Aviv, Israel, water, sea, wave, long exposure, black and white, BNW, fine art photography


Subway Tableau #4

I was back in New York a couple of months ago and picked up where I left off with my subway project…right back on the platform.

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New York, NYC, Manhattan, subway, 59th street station, black and white, BNW, monochrome, tableau, platform


The Reader

A reader in Milan. He provided me with a perfect photo-op and didn’t even know it.

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Milan, Italy, brick, stairs, man reading, reader, black and white, monochrome, travel


The Bar Mitzvah Procession

While in Jerusalem I met with some friends for coffee at Mamilla Mall. I had arranged to meet my husband and son in the old city at the Western Wall but I was late. I ran into a bit of a road block….a Bar Mitzvah procession that was also making its way to the wall.

Now I probably could have veered my way through the crowd but truth be told this was such a joyous experience that I took my time and walked with them for a while. The festive mood of the family and guests, the live music and dancing was infectious.

Jerusalem, Israel, Bar Mitzvah, procession, flutist, musician, drum, orthodox

Jerusalem, Israel, Bar Mitzvah, procession, flutist, musician, drum, orthodox, black and white

Jerusalem, Israel, Bar Mitzvah, procession, flutist, musician, drum, orthodox, black and white

Jerusalem, Israel, Bar Mitzvah, procession, flutist, musician, drum, orthodox, black and white