3.4.09

Black-and-white photos - number 3


Still absent! (Please refer to the post last Monday.)

Hopefully the programming will also work for the third b&w Ipernity slideshow!

I wish you a very nice weekend!

29 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Perfect!
We really loved this one!Many thanks for these series b&w!Beautiful indeed!
We miss you!
God bless you
Cezar and Léia :-)
( and Marina and little Luna )

feasting-on-pixels (terrie) said...
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feasting-on-pixels (terrie) said...

Very beautiful Peter.
promise to write back very soon...

Olivier said...

c'est tres original, on sera peut-etre au prochain post ce qu'il y a a voir ;o)

Rakesh Vanamali said...

Superb shot Peter! The choice of subject is very good too! Hope you are enjoying your stay! Do have a great weekend!

claude said...

Oh là ! C'est haut !

Catherine said...

Celle-çi méritait ABSOLUMENT, le noir et blanc, mon capitaine.

Matritensis said...

Really nice picture Peter
Have a nice weekend!

Eddy said...

Cette longue-vue est dirigée vers Montmartre !!
n'as tu pas eu le vertige de la haut ?
Bon Week-end.

Abe Lincoln said...

I wish I had one of those. Beautiful.

Adam said...

"I want to shoot the whole world down"! :-)

Thérèse said...

Tu es à l'autre bout de la lunette en train de lire les commentaires par ricochet je présume.
Bon week-end!

Virginia said...

This is gorgeous. I have no idea why, but it makes me think 1940's. I'm going to guess Tour Montparnasse??
Take care.
V

Virginia said...

May I add that I just watched the slideshows and Peter these are just lovely images. Many I recognized from the color version but Richard is right. The BW gives an entirely different feel. I have a couple hanging on my wall right now! Bravo Peter. I think you've found another direction to explore.
V

Dusty Lens said...

This is a serious spotting scpe. Perfect B&W image!

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Oh! Just look at that steel finish!! And just imagine the zooming power of this magical creation!!!

Swaminarayan Temple in Dwarka

GMG said...

Hi Peter! We're all looking forward to seeing you back! Meanwhile, we enjoy the show... ;)

Dina said...

Oh wow!! what a beautiful shot this is. I like the others too. You live in a beautiful city!

Hilda said...

Oh wow, what a fantastic view and wonderful composition with the shiny telescope! I must say that your black and white photos are gorgeous!

Cuckoo said...

Wonderful shot it is !!

ALAIN said...

Une lunette astronomique pointée vers le ciel, cela parait normal, sauf en haut de la tour Eiffel, où cela devient original.

Mo said...

I like this the best so far of the B&W posts

Neva said...

I love your black and white series....

krystyna said...

Fantastic, Peter!
Wish you warm, beautiful Spring!

Cezar and Léia said...

I hope everything is fine with you and your family!
God bless you
Léia

Maxime said...

J'adore celle-ci. Je ne me souviens pas l'avoir vue par le passé -ou bien ma mémoire (effet de la désaturation, peut-être) me joue des tours.
Curieusement, elle ne m'évoque pas ainsi la réalité objective, mais bien le canon de Jules Vernes dans le voyage vers la lune. (et un peu aussi "Brazil").
Au risque de me répéter : je l'adore !

Kate said...

This would make a GREAT poster!

lyliane said...

Tu crois qu'elle est assez grosse pour te voir en Suède?

parisbreakfasts said...

I so wish I had this telescope to look in the neighbors windows on Avenue de la Bourdannaise...
The curtains were pulled back..
They were begging to be looked at..