Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Fort King Street - downtown Ocala

20 comments:

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Looks very Caribbean!

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Olivier said...

et si on suit la flèche, on arrive où ?

magiceye said...

wonderful piece of work! well done!

Jarart said...

It looks very old time small townish. I like the treatment.

Lee Spangler said...

Interesting what you did to this pix. It adds mystery to this quiet street. Who knows what goes on behind close doors. Btw. Thank you for your sensitive valuable comment on my post on war yesterday.

Small City Scenes said...

Looks like a chalk drawing. Different.

How's the move going? MB

Vogon Poet said...

I don't know what you did to this picture, but I like it!

Memphis MOJO said...

I like the colors...nice shot.

Cezar and Léia said...

It's really peaceful there...and the red door is charming indeed , it's doing "the"difference in this street.
Wonderful capture Jacob!
Léia

Bergson said...

it's Mexico city

brattcat said...

This does have an international flavor to it. Love that red door with the blue tile.

Jacob said...

@ Dear Brattcat - stay tuned!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Nice shot Jacob !! Thanks for sharing..Unseen Rajasthan

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Hmmmm. Looks like downtown Ocala is suffering from malls-on-the-outskirts-of-town syndrome.

Daryl said...

Oh I am liking how you (or LA) posterized that shot

cieldequimper said...

I'm kind of expecting a cartoon character to walk down the street! Love the treatment!

Nefertiti,deesse NiLuNoah adoratrice d Aton said...

tres joli colorisation j aime bcp ;O)

Halcyon said...

Cool effect! I love the vivid colors.

tapirgal said...

I like what you did with this one.

Jacob said...

@ Olivier - I'm not sure I understand your question...my French is almost non-existent...but if you're asking about the effect, it's very simple...In Photoshop under adjustments, scroll down to "Posterize" and click.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson