The New York Public Library

Week Seven: Seeing light in black and white

I had a wonderful afternoon walking, talking, and shooting photos — and enjoying a little wine — with some lovely photographers in the P52 Blog Circle.  We roamed some of New York City’s most beautiful architecture, including Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library.

They’re part of an amazing group of women who post once a week, exploring different themes each month.  This month’s theme is black and white.  You can start the circle with the amazing work of my co-conspirators this afternoon: Linda Hooper and Justine Knight.


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    Kim February 18, 2013

    Gorgeous tones and I love how the sunlight is reflecting off of the buildings.

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    Julie K February 18, 2013

    Wonderful image, Erica! I love your b/w conversion as well. I am glad you got out for a fun day of shooting and visiting.

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    Erica Collins February 18, 2013

    Stunning image, Erica! I love the grandeur of the buildings and the sunflare reflecting off of them. Your processing is beautiful too!!

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    Sarah Davis February 19, 2013

    I love the matte processing on this image Erica! It adds a vintage feel to an iconic New York building. Great job!

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    Julie M February 20, 2013

    Beautiful! I love your processing. Wish I could have joined you ladies!

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