Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
The torch-style period lamps that dot downtown Chicago look seemingly unchanged from decades past.
This is absolutely lovely!
I appreciate the feedback! Thank you.
The processing is so well done on this one. And I’m just noticing the lights and post make a smiley face.
I never noticed the smiley face before. Thanks for the observation!
It looks like the KoolAid guy smile! This is a great shot. I really like how you handled the light. We have single post period lights downtown that I dislike because their light turns everything orange. However, after seeing what you have done here, I will definitely look at them differently the next time they are in my shot.
Thanks for stopping by Lorain365 – glad you liked what you saw 🙂
Hi Lisa, thank you very much for the feedback and visit!
Beautifully processed…and what a great DOF!
Tammy, thank you very much for the great comment!
moody, lovely photo.. I love the softness in the background, and the sepia tone..
Vicki, I always appreciate your insight. Thanks much.
Love the tones you used and the light….it pulls you in…great shot:)
Thank you for the continued support!
This is wonderful. I like the dreamy feel to it.
Thank you so much, Robin!
Well, that just took my breath away….
Sarah, thank you very much for your support and comments!
You’re so welcome Brian. Thank you for sharing your amazing photos with us.
Love the photo. Great juxtaposition of the old and the new.
I appreciate the thoughtful comment. Thanks!
Wow…stunning photo Brian. Wonderful processing.
Like I said before, this is what Chicago is all about, for those precise moments and places where if you are curious enough, you stop and observe something like this like this light-post and wonder about so many things. It’s magical, and unique. Thank you for posting. Lucianus
Really nice work!
Thank you very much!
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