Saturday, 12 March 2011

BUS STOP



A Post for The Weekend in Black and White

14 comments:

David C. said...

An interesting study in stripes.

Regina said...

Great one!
Happy weekend.

Mag said...

I like the lots of lines! That must be perspective, not skew-whiff road painting...

Hermes said...

Its the lines and that shadow that really makes it.

Nat said...

Interesting perspective! I have an award for you on my blog, by the way :-)

Woody said...

Interesting lines. I like how the base has rounded edges

Dragonstar said...

So many great and different lines. Nicely composed.

Chuck said...

The lines, the shadow, the simplicity all work well together. Another winner Lucy!

Carver said...

Great lines and shadows.

Lucy Corrander said...

Hello Everyone who has commented on the Bus Stop Picture. I always find it surprising how much there can be (and generally is) in one small patch of anything.

Mag - I'll have to check about the lines and perspective question when next I am there. One of the interesting things about a congregation of 'events'(junction, curve in the road, bus-stop, road maintenance etc.)is the subtle disruption of symmetry.

Thanks Nat. I truly appreciate the way you have found a way to say how much you like the photos here without asking me to altering the flow of the blog by putting in a whole load of words! Many thanks.

Lucy

forgetmenot said...

Interesting!!! Very creative.

Lucy Corrander said...

Thanks, Forgetmenot.

Lucy

Hapless kitchen gardener said...

I love the perception of randomness in your photos like this one, as if you'd accidentally clicked the camera - its made me see so many more things on my daily walk to work and I've even took my camera with me this morning! Fab

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Hello Hapless Kitchen Gardner. I was enormously pleased to read you comment. Thank you.

Lucy