Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Evening lights

20 comments:

Kate said...

Oh, I like this so much, Jacob. The geometric lines plus the light are simple and clean. Very nice.

EG Wow said...

That's an interesting shot - the angles, the lines, the lights.

Memphis MOJO said...

Gorgeous!

lewi14 said...

Wonderful shot, Jacob.

VP said...

A quite different look for Ocala, love the lines and the light.

Olivier said...

belle rangée de lumiere, une photo graphique comme je les aime

Small City Scenes said...

Oh this is rerally pretty---I like the angles and lights.
I hope what is at the bottom of the first column is not what I think. LOL

Small City Scenes said...

PS. I only say that because it is so rude to laughh so long and hard about our summer sun. YES!!! 70s--shirtsleeve weather--wonderful work outside weather--not stuck inside AC weather.
So there---na na na na !! MB

brattcat said...

What Kate said, 100%.

Jim Klenke said...

Favorite time of night in the fall.

B SQUARED said...

Simply wonderful!

Halcyon said...

Very nice. I like the effects of the lights. They have little bubbles around them!

Trillian said...

Wow, what a wonderful light....! Where do you took this photo? Very nice!

Daryl said...

Nice ... softening works well here

Paula said...

Wonderful light...my favorite time of day as well.

(Thanks for stopping by CDP. All is well; I'm just in the process of moving and will post regularly again when I finish tearing my hair out. :(
)

Francisca said...

My favorite time of day... it passed about seven hours ago... PILLOW time!

Frank said...

I like the simplicity of the scene and play of the shapes, colors and lights. Why'd you run all the people off?

Nice image!

bfarr said...

Very nice. Nice color and lines.

Dan J. said...

This is a fun shot. It has a lot of great factors to it.... the light.... the geometry, and the depth. I also really like the way the shadows play in through out the scene.

Re the family shot on my blog: This was a complete stroke of luck. I was walking over by the lake with Mitch that day as we were out taking some photos. They happen to be sitting there. I used a long lens and tried as inconspicuously as I could to capture the photo. In the end I do not think the ever saw me taking their picture.

Thanks for the kind words my friend. It is good to be back behind the lens and out taking photos. I have really missed it.

Angela said...

Beautiful!

I visited Ocala once (my ex brother in law lives there) and it's an amazing city. I loved it there and have always wanted to return.

"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