Monochrome Mondays

For the first time here on Monochrome Mondays I am cheating slightly with something that is not a monochrome shot. Well…it actually is, but it isn’t at the same time.  You see, most of these shots in this series have been fairly recent ones taken with my digital camera, when monochrome is a menu option. A few were shot on actual black and white film. Today’s choice was shot in digital…but in color. The monochrome on this Monday comes from the subject itself being (or appearing in black and white). Kind of a cool distinction to monochrome photography that the end result can appear that way, even if actually photographed in color. Anyway, this shot was taken in one of my favorite old buildings in New York City-The Customs House, which is near Battery Park. It now houses the Smithsonian National Museum Of The American Indian, but the building itself dates back to 1907. It is an absolute gem of a building, with lots of wonderful architectural features. Best of all for me is this elliptical rotunda, one of those structures that begs having a photograph of it taken every time I visit. Hope you all can get there yourself someday!

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All Photographs By Robert P. Doyle

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10 thoughts on “Monochrome Mondays

    1. Indeed it is. After you enter the museum, this is essentially the grand hall in the center of the first floor. It has paintings of NY Harbor on the walls, and this is the ceiling rotunda high above. The museum is cool, they change the exhibits often enough, and its free since its the Smithsonian, but the building is an absolute gem!

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