Sunday, September 06, 2009

All that is left

Sund, outside Bergen.



This Monochrome concept came from Aileni at The Monochrome Weekly

50 comments:

Dagrun said...

Kvadratisk, midstilt og strålende kontraster!!!! Flott, RuneE.

Ha en fin søndag.:)

Anne said...

Litt vemodig et bilde, menså ser manden, den rake tulopanen somfaktisk står der. Utrolig godt fanget Rune.

Kjekk søndag til deg!! Klem fra Anne

Tristan said...

Jeg likte dette, enkelt men samtidig så setter det tankene i gang.

ninabakke said...

Veldig fint! Liker slike bilder

imac said...

Wonderful window in B/W my friend.
Thats certainly seem some years.

Marie said...

Vakkert og vemodig...
Likevel, tulipana gjev ein "touch" av liv.

God søndag :)

AnneKa said...

Dette er et sånn bilde som sier mer enn tusen ord og som de andre sier, vemodig vakkert!

Aileni said...

A great image made better by the tulip... excellent.

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Veldig pent bilde med mye historie i, tulipanen var skillet mellom nytt og gammelt. Ha en fin søndag :)

Silent Island said...

Det store i det små det der gitt:)

foto CHIP *Birgitta* said...

En bild som berör och som man vill stanna och tänka omkring :)

Vita Stunder said...

Vid din bild stannar jag upp och bara är. Andas.
Mäktigt Rune!

Ha en fin söndag
Anna

richies said...

Looks like a window back in time

An Arkies Musings

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful and lovely shot !! Thanks for sharing the beauty..Unseen Rajasthan

~Just me again~ said...

I love this shot! Very nice!

Kitty said...

It's a great image - signs of life :)

lynnwiles said...

Beautiful B&W, seeing the plant in the window is a great touch.

GAWO said...

Takk for besøket og for hyggelig kommentar.
Bildene er fra Den Botaniske hagen oppe ved Arboretet. Du kjente deg nok igjen. Nei jeg hadde ikke stativ til vannbildet. Støttet apparatet til en stein og prøvde meg fram. Dette er første gang jeg har fått til sløret foss. Synes selv det ble fint. Tok mange bilder av en blomst som lå der så ensom på en stein. Den havner sikkert på fotobloggen min :-)

Du er flink med sort/hvitt bildene dine. Jeg har ikke helt "taket" på det. Finner liksom ikke motiver som passer. Men øvelse gjør mester så jeg får prøve litt til.

Foo said...

Wow. Good shot on this one. I like it very much, very classic. Have a nice day.
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Marie Höglund said...

A lovely mono. Talks a bit sadness.

Snapshutter said...

Nicely done, especially with the flower looking out.

Carver said...

What a great shot. It has so much atmosphere and seeing the plant in the window is a great touch.

Monicas Hage said...

Flott bilde!

Disse benkene dine er også flotte. Har aldri tenkt over at det finnes så mange forskjellige;)

Petunia said...

Her likte jeg både ord og bilde, Rune!
Godt fanget:)

VALKYRIEN said...

Det der er et bilde som rører ved noe i meg. Vemodig og stemningsfullt.
Vakkert tolket av deg!

Artlover said...

Bra val av motiv till svartvitt. Den får känsla av vemod, av den svartvita stämningen. Snyggt.
http://artlover.blogg.se/

James said...

Very nice picture. This is a different style of window but it's similar in style to a photo that I took in Texas a few months ago.

Miriam Elisabeth said...

Trist bilde, men for en "frekk" detalj den tulipanen. Hehe :) Det tyder på liv :)

ellievellie said...

Tulips are one of my favorite flowers - it doesn't look lonely there - there is something warm in this vision - very beautiful!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Terrific image of the flower in this old window- Great job-

AKO said...

Jag brukar också fotografera gamla fönster. Det känns som att de berättar en historia allihop.

Bengbeng said...

such a simple shot yet so dramatic. beautiful shot. i like it

Daryl said...

Weathered old window, peeking in I see a tulip!

Liz said...

Fantastic! That is a classic.

PERBS said...

I like the old window frame but call me blind because I see no tulip in the window. Want to explain? I even enlarged it. . . sigh

RennyBA said...

Great picture with a lot of good old history Rune!

RennyBA's Terella

Tyra in Vaxholm said...

Huset Gud glömde?

Ha det gott Rune

Tyra - Monochrome

Gallow said...

Excellent photo. I like the contrast between the new life of the tulip, and the rustic look of an old building.

Dragonstar said...

I love this - the texture of the old wooden window make a perfect contrast with the solitary tulip.

bARE-eYED sUN said...

arrrggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhh!!

you're killing us! what a great shot.

all of our favorite elements: wood, texture, B&W, and a tulip. luvitt!

congrats, ya did good.

:-)

..
.ero

Elizabeth Gilje said...

I love that when you first look, it's a really cool picture of an old window. Then the tulip just adds so much more. Very cool!

David C. said...

Decay and renewal--fantastic shot!

3c said...

Textures and shapes and a sense of mystery. The kind of image which haunts one even after one has turned away.

► Abraham Lincoln said...

Interesting. It looks like some old windows around here. It would take more than an arm and a leg to fix it.

Thanks for visiting and helping me to make history.
Pick a Peck of Pixels

Prospero said...

This is exceptional, Rune.

Squirrel said...

I like the flower in the window, a nice subtle element.

Trillium said...

Windows from outside and inside are one of my most favorite subjects and have a lot of meaning for some reason. This is a very evocative and emotional image.

Niina said...

Underbar! Gillar lilla tulpanen i rutan. =) Tack för ditt besök hos mig!

michael bird said...

Striking b&w, and then I saw the tulip in the window and that made it really beautiful. Lovely, lovely.

Cathy said...

I love old rustic windows and barn.. I don't know why, they just have such character, feel.. Awesome