lundi 28 mai 2007

Martel : Black and White #3



La rue droite


The right street

37 commentaires:

April a dit…

Droite et étroite. For me, it looks very idyllic, a bit old-fashioned.

Beetle a dit…

ohh very beauty B&W photo for this path...looks so nostalgic...GREAT choiced!

Nikon a dit…

A beautiful shot - perfect B&W tones.
That is your "Right St."?
We have a Hospital St here in Providence, Rhode Island USA, with no hospital :)

Lothiane a dit…

This is a beautiful photo. Had it not been for the cars, it would have looked like it was taken 100 years ago. I love it!

iBlowfish a dit…

This is pretty good photo. I like it very much, it looks very norrow though.

Poly a dit…

All your blog this plenty of very interesting photos, I am pleased it much.

Thanks for your commentaries

Lavenderlady a dit…

I love the black and white. They have a timeless air...it could be yesterday...it could be 20-30 years ago.

Dsole a dit…

Right street, it's such a beautiful place!
Like a lot the B/W!

Tara a dit…

Very nice photo!

In Baton Rouge, there is a College Drive with no colleges (but one primary school), there is East Airport Drive with no airport, and Mammoth Drive which is actually quite small (and does not have a wooly mammoth).

Ming_the_Merciless a dit…

Nice line!! I love the details on the buildings.

slinger a dit…

So close together the buildings are. I like this photo.

Peter a dit…

No lorries around?

Lori a dit…

A beautiful photo! We can almost imagine we are in a different place and time. You are inspiring me to try some black and white photos. You certainly live in a lovely place!

Annie a dit…

What a lovely photo. In the U.S. I have noticed that every "Easy Street" I've ever seen has been in rough and tumble neighborhoods.

M.Benaut a dit…

Votre architecture est si vieille et très belle également.

Nathalie a dit…

Tres jolie rue, le noir et blanc lui va bien !

Rue droite qui n'est pas droite du tout ? A Sydney Bent Street (rue tordue) est effectivement tordue. Les australiens n'ont pas d'Histoire et le noms sont généralement très simples et bien adaptés...

J'aime aussi beaucoup tes deux précédentes photos en N et B.

Aloha a dit…

We have a little tiny street called Furneaux Lane in Hilo, i have looked it up on a number of translation sites but i can not find out what it means anywhere...anyone know? I'm stumped (i think its French?)

Olive a dit…

It's so small! Here in north america we're not used to that :)
Great photo. I love the look of the walls on the side of the street.

NorthBayPhoto a dit…

Great photo. You would think this could be 19th century scene except for the car.

In North Bay, we have a street called Oak Street that used to have oak trees but now it's a "Oak-Free" street, which is unfortunate.

Grande photo. Vous penseriez que ceci pourrait être la 19ème scène de siècle excepté la voiture. Dans North Bay, nous avons une rue appelée Oak Street qui avait l'habitude d'avoir des arbres de chêne mais maintenant c'est une rue "Chêne-Libre", qui est malheureuse.

RamblingRound a dit…

We don't have many unusual street names here, except for Dedman Street, which of course, sounds like Dead Man. But it is named for someone whose surname was Dedman.

berzy a dit…

I was born in a street very similar to this one.

In Senglea Malta. Nice picture.

les maudites a dit…

Magnifiques photos. J'aime beaucoup celle d'hier. Certainement, à cause de la présence de l'oiseau...

Manuel Tendero Gil a dit…

HE MIRADO TU BLOG POCO A POCO LAS FOTOS SON MUY BUENAS ENHORABUENA UN SALUDO

anu a dit…

I agree, its beautiful. If not for the cars, it looks like its taken years ago.

Zsolt a dit…

I really love your black and white series...I wont be surprise if on one photo Jean Marie will appear on a horse:)

Kala a dit…

the black and white is simply wonderful!!!

Abraham Lincoln a dit…

An interesting photograph. I like the black and white. It fits the picture.

I have good news:

The three baby robins are on their way to Meet the World. I miss them already. It was quite an emotional experience for me.
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alice a dit…

Le noir et blanc ajoute encore une touche de mystère et de charme "à l'ancienne" à cette ruelle. J'ai bien envie d'aller voir ce qu'il y a au bout!

Sabrina Lin a dit…

Nice tone man!!! And i like the angle you took the picture.

Bergson a dit…

Still a beautiful black and white.

inspired a dit…

XLenT

freelancer a dit…

Toujours aussi superbe !

Kalyan a dit…

Timeless classic...wonderfully captured & composed shot!

Emily Lin a dit…

Geez.. I LOVE this! Ir's a nice shot! The angle is just looking great and it has fully revealed the beauty if "Right Street"!

AntiguaDailyPhoto.Com a dit…

Martel, thanks all your wonderful comments. I am sorry I have not been able to comment, but in the transition period between two internet access providers and I have limited access now.

It looks like Martel is a beautiful town.

black feline a dit…

the angle is just perfect....it gives the picture so much depth...

Sonia A. Mascaro a dit…

Beautiful photo, Martel! And it is just curious the contradiction of the name "right street".

Thanks for your visiting and comment! Just now I could not remember a name of a street in my city with a name in contradiction with the street... I will think about...

Have a good week!