Monochrome Mondays

Writing Soundtrack Of A Photograph for a few years now has left me with a lot of older posts in the archives. Though I like to usually share a new monochrome photograph I have taken with you all, older ones I have used from other posts in the past sometimes come to mind.  Especially if they are a favorite, which is definitely the case here. If I could choose to keep only 10 of my own photos, this would surely be one. I took it one night after work coming home on the subway. Though I passed this building every day at my old subway stop, for some reason on that particular night, the way the twin buildings were lit up really struck me, and I pulled out my camera and snapped a few shots. This turned out to be the best one, and what you see is exactly how it looked. This photo comes with no adjustments or cropping whatsoever. Enjoy your Monday everyone!

West 55th Street, Manhattan

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All Photographs By Robert P. Doyle

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8 thoughts on “Monochrome Mondays

    1. Aww thank you! Glad you like it Tasha. I love the evenness of it-the two buildings built the same way but reversed, along with the contrast of the lights. I do have this one as an 11 x 14 in my portfolio and it does look great large too!

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