iPhoneography Monday: 5-19-14

iPhone Monday 5-19-14

It’s time for Black and White photography at Lens and Pen by Sally’s weekly Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge and today I have a view from inside the courtyard of the Pacific Science Center.  The four pavilions which house the traveling and permanent exhibits surround these shallow pools and at night they glow with light from underwater fixtures.

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35 thoughts on “iPhoneography Monday: 5-19-14

    1. You’re right, Mabel this is usually a busy place but I waited until there was a quiet moment to snap a photo. It was a rainy, cold afternoon and I think people were hiding inside instead of walking around the pools. Thanks for your comments today. 🙂

  1. Lisa, well done–you’ve captured the effects of the architect’s deigns and given us a stroll through a stunning yet simple courtyard. Black and white give it another dimension. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  3. Lisa, that is a fantastic capture. The composition is so perfect. And i like that you chose a slight tinge of green? instead of just black/grey/white. It makes it so interesting.

    1. Thanks for sharing your comments, Meghan! I’m glad you noticed this isn’t a true b&w image. I originally processed it in pure b&w but after I experimented a little more with Snapseed I thought my first choice was a little flat and liked the added intensity of this version.

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