2014-06-27

Industrial

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Industrial
©   NF Photo 140329

You can find these things in the Industrial area of my town. The first one is a tank for GASOL. The second one is cases for litter bins as far as I can tell.

Weekend in Black and White    Shadow Shot Sundays

Note!
The coming Wednesday there are no NF Abstract. I will introduce the new meme NF Digital Art Meme, DAM.  The two memes will take turns.
 
The new meme will allow any kind of digital art. So, you can post abstracts as usual as it is digital.
I find many beautiful black and white images I consider being Art. You are welcome to join.
 
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15 comments:

  1. Two great photos. Both have a wealth of texture and detail, and great contrast.

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  2. These make striking black and white shots.

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  3. Flotte b&w komposisjoner!
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  4. Interesting photos, industrial thinks have another look in black and white.

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  5. I like the shapes and shadows.

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  6. Nice black and white compositions.

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  7. Both look more impressive in B&W.
    www.homezweethome.info/2014/06/shadows-in-dining-room.html

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  8. isn't the sun fun with the way things are bent when shadowed! the architecture of whatever the building is, is fascinating.

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  9. Industrial shadows are strong and bold and a good way to use one's imagination!

    A Plum Among the Shadows?

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  10. Great eye for two powerful photos!

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  11. Interesting! Very dramatic b&w images.

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  12. Dramatic shapes in this inudtrial area cast dramatic shadow shapes. Powerful in monochrome.

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  13. Yes in B&W shadow is still stronger. Great shots.

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