Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
Dare to stay at the Hotel Plaza where vacancies abound and colorful dreams fade into the night.
That looks fun to do
It is fun — thanks, Amy.
This made me smile…perfect use of selective coloring!!!
Yeah, great use of selective color (colors?).
Thanks for the feedback.
Is this a haunted place or something?
I don’t believe it’s haunted, although I am not very familiar with the hotel. It looks as if it has been around for several decades, and probably has many stories to tell.
I just thought it might be cose of your description of it, but is it still in business or not?
It’s still in business. My imagination was simply running wild when I wrote the description.
I love the color and b&w white mashed together, yet I’d like to get a chance to see more of the building with the same colored setting you’ve used in this one, this way it would create a more dramatic look. The sign, mostly by itself, seems to just hang there. Perhaps that might have been your intention all along, of course this is just my personal taste and opinion. 😀
I appreciate the constructive feedback and perhaps will offer more scale in a future post. I was particularly struck by the older sign and wanted to focus on that unusual element here. Thanks for the feedback, Lucianus.
Just an opinion, but you’re right, the sign does bring back some nostalgia about the past, and aren’t we all suckers for a bit of “blast from the past”?
classic! Love the retro stuff.
Thanks very much, Derrick.
I love it! You touched my history nerd. 😉
Thank you, Pat.
Lovely selective colouring
Love this – looks like there is a story behind this one….. 😉
Polly, I appreciate the comment — thanks!
Thank you for visiting my blog. Your photos are wonderful.
Thank you, Violet!
Clever pic Brian – I love the bright colours against the black and white!
Thanks very much, Jude!
Wow, Sir! I like the effects!
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