Friday, April 1, 2011

Side view - Marion Theater

There are a variety of edges showing in this side view of the old Marion Theater in downtown Ocala. The theme for this first day of April is "edges."

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17 comments:

Sailor said...

Beautiful edges!
Nice picture.

Small City Scenes said...

Edges in the round---how can that be??? MB

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Interesting composition. No edges on the silo-like structure.

I am catching up with your blog due to the pressures of a business trip. Your photo a few days ago of the morning golfer was extraordinary.

Lois said...

Nice Theme Day post! I just love all that brick.

Sharon said...

Lots of edges but, I'm wondering what the "silo" is for.

Jarart said...

Very edgy indeed! But I too wonder what the silo is used for. Go find out?

Randy said...

Very nice theme day post. Have a great weekend.

Jack said...

Terrific "edges" interpretation, Jacob. I found this a very hard theme to apply. (Thx for your note this morning.)

Memphis MOJO said...

Did you take this ahead of time to get an "edge" on the other shooters?

cieldequimper said...

Ooh love this. I wouldn't have thought it was a theatre though. I meant to say yesterday but forgot to say that your new header is great. What in heaven's name did you do to make 'em all run and buck?

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

I never would have guessed this was a theatre. And how clean those bricks are.
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Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

the red textured edge. good choice

JM said...

very well composed shot, Jacob!

Birdman said...

Looks like the backside to a brewery! Where is my mind this AM?

Halcyon said...

Nice edges! What is that tower in the background?

Irina said...

I like the reds of these edges.

EG Wow said...

I like this neat study of lines and shapes...even a reflection and some shadows.

"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