Monochrome Mondays


Central Avenue Sarasota, Florida

I decided to revisit some photos I took in the Spring while on a LWRDPC Field Trip to downtown Sarasota.  I chose this image of Central Avenue because of the variety of leading lines.




Arched Window

I enjoy looking for unusual windows, this one caught my eye while visiting Bok Tower Gardens near Lake Wales, FL.  The gardens consist of seven lush acres complete with a Mediterranean style 20 room mansion built in the 1930’s.  The mansion was built for Charles Austin Buck, a Bethlehem Steel vice president.  The window is near the mansions entrance.  A similar shaped window can be found above in my header that was taken while touring Germany.


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The Hook

Back in August I posted a photo of starfish that I had taken while visiting Tarpon Springs, FL.  Tarpon Springs is famous for their harvesting of natural sponges.  It was fun wandering along the docks and streets taking in the local flavor that evening.  While the net filled with sponges was my point of interest in this photo, I found my eye being drawn to the lone open metal hook.