Thursday, June 14, 2007

Thursday Arch Series

An image half-way between two varieties of my Arch photos: reflected in a building but in black and white. The spire and flag pole sit atop the Old Court House. Some history and links to other photos of this historic building are in my post of June 9.

TOMORROW:
Wet, very quiet.

8 comments:

Olivier said...

comme toujours, serie superbe et cette photo avec les reflets et le mode sepia est magnifique. Bravo


as always, superb series and this photograph with the reflections and the sepia mode are splendid. Cheer

iBlowfish said...

I was twice visit the Gateway Arch and have not got enough of it. It just looks like a gigantic sculpture from a distance.

Strangetastes said...

iblowfish: that's exactly what it is - monumental sculpture. I know I have a local prejudice but I think it is the most beautiful grand scale sculpture in the world. I never tire of it. It looks different at every hour of every day. There are many other compelling great sculptures around the world (the temple of Ramses II on the Nile, the Great Buddha of Kamakura, the Statue of Liberty, etc. etc.) but the Arch is my fave.

Victoria said...

This may be my favorite of your Arch series yet.

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

I ever thought, seeing your Arch, that there's a great similitude with this one in Torino.

Sally said...

Thanks for visiting my blog again.

I agree with victoria - one of the most beautiful.

Stephane said...

Great one, the color suits this picture very well, good job !

richard said...

I like this - I could also go overboard on metaphors, but I'm sure everyone can find their own