The Face of Hyatt. Sorry about the terrible tongue-in-cheek caption. But hey, I like the pretty dramatic black & white conversion (red filter, you know?), so in a way, it's a homage. 🙂
Externally edited files that were originally developed as black & white in Lightroom are shown with a "color" treatment.
In between, two airport interior photos from our travels in May... Proof of the fun that wide angle lenses provide indoors. 🙂
An old photo from 2008 that I recently rediscovered and newly interpreted in black & white. The birch trees' trunks were illuminated by direct sunlight and stood in stark contrast to the approaching dark clouds in the background: I miss moor and heathland. There's nothing like it here in Southern California. The coastal lagoons … Continue reading Birches and Approaching Rain II
While revisiting Taiwan street/documentary posts from the trip in March 2013* I noticed this funny set of three images (below) that documents the remarkable ability of Taiwanese people to take naps almost everywhere. 🙂 *) all posts are tagged "taiwan-march-2013", or simply start reading at the very first post if you're interested, and use the … Continue reading Napping in Taiwan