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The Old Bank's Windows


My camera is a point-and-click Canon Powershot A1200 so I generally have no idea how my photos look until I see them on the computer. Now and then, I'm very surprised by a shot. Like this one. When I took the photo I was focused on the curtains and the ornamental piece between the windows. Imagine my thrill to see the reflections in the windows.

Today, I'm sharing at The Weekend in Black and White, hosted by Dragonstar. Click here to see other black and white photos by bloggers from around the world.

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  1. Wonderful b&w comtribution!
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  2. I love those patterns - and the reflections are a bonus.

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  3. Pretty reflection and window... Wonderful capture! Happy weekend!

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  4. Undoubtedly, excellent photo, it seems pretty window!

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  5. Great shot. Very nice clarity.

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    1. Thanks, Rajesh. I edited the photo to bring thing out more.

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  6. And the reflections came out very nice !

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  7. That's a little spooky but I love the trim of elephants and a face. Good shot.

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    1. Thanks, Manzi. I thought so, too, about it being spooky when I first saw the shot on my computer screen. :-)

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  8. Oooooh, Imagine . . we live in a world where YOU can send windows to a Dragonstar - and i get to see it . . . it's like we are living inside a great story. Happiest Day Ever to YOU!!! (oh, imagine, i am writing to a friend who communicates with a Dragonstar . . what a world this is . . )

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    1. Totally, Maggid. We live in quite an amazing world.

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  9. Wonderful photo in B&W! Very well composed!

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  10. Cool perspective, great shot for BW!

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  11. I half expect to see the Husband stick his head out the window!

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  12. this is so cool. I love the old architecture on buildings. We often go by them daily and don't see the beauty in these little sculptures which took so much effort

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    1. This 1930s building has an assortment of little sculptures and fine details. I always seem to find new things on it.

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  13. Great details captured and I am glad you got the bonus of reflections too.

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  14. Fascinating line of artwork framing the base of the window. Love how the windows seem to hold a "painting". Great perspective.

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  15. there is a beautiful design below the window :) Love it!

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    1. The building was constructed in the 1930s. Art deco influence, I think.

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  16. Great details, and reflections in the window!
    :)

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