The many shades of iron! (Monochrome Monday)

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Sign of the Setting Sun (Monochrome Monday)

Walking up Pike Street for an early dinner before our short flight from Seattle to Vancouver, the setting sun behind the market’s sign caught my eye.

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Although shooting into the sun is never advised, in this instance I simply couldn’t resist and am so glad I did.

 

 

 

 

Old Could be New Again (Monochrome Monday)

The photograph I’ve chosen today for Monochrome Monday is actually one of my rejects for a cloud theme challenge at the beginning of the month. Now that I look at it I’m wondering why I rejected it, oh well.

Old could be New again

This is beautiful old building I’m thinking is something connected to the railway given the tracks nearby. There’s rumours of life soon to be breathed back into it but like everything, it’s taking time.

 

 

 

 

A New York City Night (OWPC)

This was one of those moments where you want to cram as much into a photo that you possibly can but are very limited with time and ability. We were walking out of Macy’s in New York when something was flying past the Empire State Building.

Night time in New York!

The moon was close by also, then as I was framing the photo I could see the American flags in the corner (our last night of a week there and I only just notice them!). Photographically it’s not great, but memory wise, it’s perfect for me!

Night is this week’s One Word Photo Challenge word from Jennifer at Jennifer Nichole Wells. Drop by for a visit if you haven’t already done so as there’s still a few more challenge words for this year!

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Urban Quebec (MM2-27)

In a city over 400 years old, one is obviously going to find a clash of building styles within this urban landscape. The old and the even older but it seems to work.

URBAN Quebec City - MM2-27

Looking behind the facades you can see how people change, styles change. What seemed to have been a good idea way back when, is simply made to work now.