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"Near Holland Tunnel" Jersey City, NJ (Canon A60, 2006)

Apr 17, 2006

24 comments:

outdoorexposure said...

thanks for all the comments, i just back from my spring break:-P...missed checking out yr blogs for a week....will catch up and check yr photblogs soon:-)

wisconsin pics said...

very coool nice B&W looks great

Whare did you go for your spring break

S. crypt said...

hmm.. this one looks like a set from the mad max movie.

welcome back!

jlbussey said...

Nice contrast and composition. But it reminds me why I love mountains and fresh air so much...

Brent Vermilyea said...

I'm glad to see you're back with a new image; I was starting to worry. Great comeback, too. Composition is very strong with the vertical lines in both the foreground and background. Beautiful capture. Regards, Brent

Ash said...

Very nice image!

bruno said...

hay man welcome back.
man this shot is so typical NY, in positive way, i really like it :)))

Sidney said...

Welcome back ! I hope you enjoyed your vacation !
Are you not afraid to walk in those neighbourhoods? Nice capture of this place !

Jide ALakija said...

As usual fantastic Post processing.

micki said...

Great shot today! Glad to see you back!

lino said...

welcome back! hope to see this when i went to NJ this May. :D

Dan said...

Cool shot, the composition works well with the sign in the foreground.

BrossanovA said...

Great composition. I like the high contrast.

neil said...

These old derelict (hope is spellt that correctly) corners are a real fundus for B&W photography. Nicely done. An interesting image.
Best wishes Neil

Azhar said...

Finally was waiting for another shot from you :) Another stunning cityscape it is I see.Great detail - matches B&W perfectly and love the 'light at the end of the tunnel'Great shot!

Gary said...

good to see you're back, excellent gritty city scene

john said...

Is this near Tony Soprano's house? :-)

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Ana said...

Weclome back. I hope you had a nice time where ever you were! This is a great shot. My kinda place!

Lord Vader said...

Ahhh finally another shot and a lovely one at that. Love the fact it is a monochrome shot :)

Suby

Goncolo said...

Nice picture. I like the black & white so much. Great pespective, composition and contrast. A beautiful way to show a ugly place!
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Still said...

Hello, Nice to see you again. And with a new great shot.A little sad this one. End of holidays perhaps?

ROB said...

No need for a Private property warning. Does not look like a place I want to venture anyway. Cool shot with all the different and varied lines.

heath said...

I'm with Rob. Not somewhere I'd like to be hanging out, private proerty sign or not!

Gavin said...

Wow, I love the derelict nature to this. The composition is spot on, so is the black&white. Love it.