Monday, January 26, 2015

Carrabbas' bar


23 comments:

Lois said...

This shot looks great in black and white.

Kay said...

I like the effects here. It suits the solitariness of each of the people.

magiceye said...

Cheers!

Randy said...

Nice shot. I remember those in Phoenix.

Linda said...

I enjoy seeing your photographic talents, Lowell. Love this one.

llandudnopictures said...

Love your grainy effect, really captures the atmosphere.

Bergson said...

a good B&W

Olivier said...

attente , un moment tranquille, le b&w lui va tres bien

Sharon Anck said...

You've made this photo look vintage, almost like you found it in an old trunk you uncovered somewhere. In fact, if those were bar stools instead of chairs, I'd swear is was the tavern my grandfather used to frequent.

Karl Demetz said...

Beautiful b&w photo with a good effect, Lowell !
I bet you took this picture 50 years ago :)

Judy said...

Like Sharon, the first thing that popped into my mind was an old picture of my grandfather in the tavern that he used to frequent. The black and white makes this picture special.

Halcyon said...

Love the grain effect you've put on this one. It definitely makes this "ordinary" shot a little extraordinary.

VP said...

This looks like a very old picture...

Small City Scenes said...

Crusty!

Love the HITS horses and your shots.
MB

Sharon Anck said...

I love that poem you sent me the link to. It's perfect for that sculpture.

RedPat said...

Love it, Lowell!

Birdman said...

You DO get around. To all the restaurants in Ocala and central Florida that is. Were ribs on your plate?

Existe Sempre Um Lugar said...

Olá, momento perfeito de lazer bem captado e apresentado.
AG

cieldequimper said...

This has a lonely feel to it...

William Kendall said...

Excellent effect, Lowell!

Jack said...

Excellent. This would be a nice illustration for a short story. A man walked into a bar . . .

EG CameraGirl said...

Great in B&W!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Love this one Lowell, its everything that was said above!

"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