Nice that you got the sconce through the window! best...jerry
[Haven't photographed those stairs either. The carpenter was allegedly 17 years old and built it all in his head. The structure underneath is all rough hand hewn timbers]
1 Dec 2009 5:35am
Love the division of space, beautiful crop;
and the light playing over the base of the shutters is really delicious !!!
1 Dec 2009 8:00am
Sumptuous GJC!!! ;-)
1 Dec 2009 12:20pm
1 Dec 2009 12:51pm
Subtle play of light on unrefined surfaces. The shot is all about layers, yet manages to stay graphic and flat, very pleasant.
1 Dec 2009 1:12pm
light bricks for this wall...beautiful really !!
1 Dec 2009 1:22pm
Tha warm glow in the bricks is just lovely! I also love the one bit of the indoors that we can see!
1 Dec 2009 2:27pm
I like the warmth of the sun on the brick here. It's created a beautiful glow.
1 Dec 2009 3:56pm
OUtstanding soft evening light, so you, I've missed this ;)
1 Dec 2009 4:33pm
a great tightly framed shot on this, well done with the light as usual!
1 Dec 2009 8:43pm
Fabulous lighting, not too hard and not too soft either.
1 Dec 2009 11:11pm
Beautiful light and composition. I'm really enjoying your USA photos.
2 Dec 2009 1:02am
I wanted to stop by and make sure that you know how much your comments on my site meant to me today...It continues to blow me away when other people see things through my images that I don't always see for myself. You are such a big part of helping me become a better photographer, and your comments help me learn and grow as a person as well. So, I want to say Thank you. Thank you!
2 Dec 2009 1:26am
This one spoke to me. Strong composition, lots of interacting shapes, subtle warm colors. Nicely done.
2 Dec 2009 1:48am
@Stovepipe: Yeah, score! I'm delighted. Thanks for the encouragement.
The light through the window is sweet not to mention the great light outside. Superb!
2 Dec 2009 3:54am
excellent colors and image
2 Dec 2009 5:08pm
very nice lines. And the warm light makes it even better.
4 Dec 2009 6:14pm
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