Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Barnes & Noble entrance

This is no big whoop, but when I saw the scene at dusk one night I liked the colors, the brickwork, the light, the reflections, the lamps...so, I clicked my little camera and my little camera gave birth to this...

19 comments:

Memphis MOJO said...

There are amazing colors, nice capture.

T. Becque said...

So I dislike big box stores, but for some reason Barnes and Noble doesn't fall into this category for me and I love it!

Sharon said...

I do like the light on those bricks.

SRQ said...

Love the brick.

Olivier said...

belle lumiere sur le mur de briques, elles font anciennes

RedPat said...

Let's hope the bookstores survive!

Randy said...

Nice shot. Makes me want to go to B&N.

magiceye said...

love the capture!!

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shot with nice see-through.

Cezar and Léia said...

Elegant entrance!I like a lot the stone wall and the lamp!
Léia

Bibi said...

I agree with RedPat. I do own a Kindle, since it's easier to get books here that way...but I do love to browse bookstores and buy books...just hard to lug them back. And now you can't send them surface mail anymore.

cieldequimper said...

Where's my credit card?

Francisca said...

Who is the famous phoographer who said, "find the light and then frame your shot"? Oh, it must be YOU!

If finding the right light is the objective, I'm not getting any of it in this dull scrap city we're in. Fun? What is THAT? LOL! No, Lowell, I can say we're climbing an intersting learning curve, but it's not up to a heap of FUN. But speaking of fun, how's your golf?

Jarart said...

I would like to go in. I could spend hours in that place. I went to the mall to do just that and found the store closed and all the books had disappeared.

Halcyon said...

I like it too! Reminds me of my doorway shot from yesterday. :)

petrolin50 said...

Lowell, I greet you cordially. For lack of time I've been a long time on your blog. You have many beautiful photos. This is really good. Nice light and reflections barvy.Obklady stone and glass to metal. Cold hand, but elegant. In our shops can shoot, at least I think so. So far none of my guard not prohibited. It is true that there have not been terrorist attacks. No wonder you are at this measure. This is needed after the September 11th I also visited Florida Fotos blog. Interesting tricks with photos. Many photos of beautiful countryside to Colorado in Color blog. At home everything is OK, after last year's starting a bathroom renovation restore kitchen tomorrow. I hope that at you everything is fine. Sincerely, Peter.

llandudnopictures said...

It looks like a very welcoming place.

Pierre BOYER said...

I miss Florida...
I planed to come back in october,
Best regards from Paris Lowell...

Pierre

EG CameraGirl said...

Interesting lines, shapes and light here, Lowell.

"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