Wordless Wednesday: NYC Monochrome (0567)


20 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: NYC Monochrome (0567)”

  1. Sukhmandir Kaur Says:

    Oooh I like the cloud it all looks surreal except the cloud looks so real :)

  2. Luna Says:

    This picture is wonderful! I like b&w compositions!
    Lu a

  3. Louis la Vache Says:

    A fine B&W image!
    «Louis» is always fascinated with those NYC rooftop water towers.

  4. Indrani Says:

    Very well done in B&W!

  5. Travel Photo Blogging Says:

    Would have never guessed it is NYC!

  6. Gattina Says:

    That looks rather sad !

  7. Beth F Says:

    I love rooftop shots. A nice water tower.

  8. commonweeder Says:

    NYC in black and white – beautiful. We always loved the water tanks when we lived in The City.

  9. caite@a lovely shore breeze Says:

    another capturer of the water towers…cool

  10. ❤ Julie Maloney ❤ (@Momspective) Says:

    Great shot of one of the best cities on earth!

  11. meowmeowmans Says:

    Nice decision to go with black and white — so stark!

  12. Snowcatcher Says:

    It almost looks as if you’ve captured two times here; a farm from another age because of the silo and brick, and a modern city.

  13. AVCr8teur Says:

    I always wonder if there is still anything left in those water towers.

  14. Beth @ 990 Square Says:

    The textures of NYC. One of the reasons I love that place.

  15. Marg Says:

    It is fun to see buildings etc. like that under a different light. Sure makes it a whole different scene. Love the picture.

  16. Daisy the Curly Cat Says:

    The building on the right is so orderly compared to the one on the left!

  17. KatzTales Says:

    i LOOK AT THIS and think 70s!

    Sorry for the CAPS. Target enjoys stepping on the CAPS LOCK button with his paw.

  18. Tillie and Georgia Says:

    It is really neat that those little clouds add so much to this composition ;)
    Nice contrasts in this pic.

  19. Kitty Says:

    Nice. With imagination, they look like 2 flying kitties. :)

  20. SandyCarlson Says:

    Those rooftop water towers give New York City a Hooterville feel, don’t they? I always wonder, Is the water clean in there? I’m pathetic.

    Your photo is great.