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August 13, 2010 - 27 went

Virtual Photo Challenge: Black and White

Musée d'Orsay

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Added by Barbara I.
on Jul 30, 2010.
 

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  • Barbara I.

    This is a conversion of a picture taken with my point-and-shoot from 4 years ago. Most people were looking at the artwork in the museum, but I noticed someone looking outside at the Paris view.

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  • Maria J.

    Great shot! The figure really draws you in. With the clock face it looks great in b&w.

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  • Gail S.

    An amasing story about Ansel Adams' photos ! What a find ! Categorized by his wife.... he took many photos of Yosemite Park, in the Sierras of California. But I digress from Barbara's bw. I like how there are many subtle lines here, including the man's form.

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  • Trish

    Love this -- stunning in b/w!

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  • Gail S.

    here is a link for some awesome b/w animal photos- African... enjoy ! <http://www.younggalleryphoto.com/exhibitions.html>

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  • A former member

    Great shot and congrats for looking away from the crowds :) I heard that the Ansel Adams find hasn't been authenticated and even if it is him that the price estimate is way out of whack.

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  • A former member

    Great shot, is it the Musee d'Orsay?

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  • Barbara I.

    It is indeed the Musee d'Orsay. I highly recommend going there, and thanks for the comments!

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  • A former member

    I thought I recognised that clock! It is indeed a fantastic place to visit.

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  • Gino P.

    Great shot, always a good idea to look where everyone else is not for the best shots. Getting the person in the shot makes it the shot. Have you tried cropping it just under the horrizontal bar for a different look?

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  • Bonnie W

    This is a terrific shot! I have enjoyed it being the first photo submitted for this album, I see it often!

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