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Monday, 16 March 2009

Monochrome Monday


I enjoy lines and shadows.
This is a locked loading area at a local store.
Shopping trolleys, railings, a stack of pallets, even (if you look very closely) the lines of the closed loading-bay door at the top left.)
All this within the cage-like wire fence and gate.


Many more monochrome photos can be found through Aileni's Maniacs page.

17 comments:

Aileni said...

A trolley penitentary ?
A good image.

RuneE said...

Lots of interesting patterns here that lend themselves very well for b & w.

Catherine said...

That's a good idea, Dragonstar.
And all these trolleys waiting for customers ! After that, supermarkets'directors complain about crisis : )

JC said...

Lol, Aileni... but it's for their own good ;-)

Got me wondering if our grocery stores lock their loading bays...

Daryl said...

Oh that's a good one, I too like lines and angles ...

Nessa said...

Very nice. Lots of interest.

Dina ... UK said...

I like lines and curves, I love to see wrought Iron work...

Alcatras for trolleys....oooh....lol

Dr.John said...

A very interesting picture. So many things to see and so many possibilities.

ramblingwoods.com said...

Ohh..looks like jail...

Katney said...

Very graphic! I like it.

chrome3d said...

They look so sad locked in there.

Betty said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day. I like your lines and shadows.

Rosebud said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving your kind comments. Happy St. Patrick's Day.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I like lines and shadows too. They show up well in this B&W photo.

Liz said...

Best place for nasty trolleys!

Lovely lines and angles.

Babooshka said...

Inprisoned trollies for their own good. I Really like the geomety on this. Aplogises for the late comment, but time really has eascaped me this week.

Siani said...

I really like all the patterns and contrasts - something only a monochrome shot could successfully capture. There's so much detail in this shot, yet it still retains a classic simplicity.