Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Lights 'neath a hot tin roof


These lights, arrayed in such a nice configuration, are on the side of the building that houses the radio station in Lake Sumter Landing.

Nikon D300, f/22, l/30 sec, ISO 200, -0.3 step.

12 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

Excellent image: the old wood of the wall and the polished one of the chair (?), those blue squares on the left and the bright red of the lamps!
Why didn't you post this for Theme Day? More contrast than this...

Robert said...

Joli contraste les lampes rouge sur un mur noir.
Superbe . Bonne journée.

joo said...

This beaulding is awesome with red lights. I like it very much:)

JM said...

Where is the cat? :-) Nice capture!

cieldequimper said...

This would have been a perfect "contrast" picture. I wonder if that's a chair in the foreground.

Jacob said...

@ Ciel - Yes. In fact there were a couple of chairs down below the lights where people could sit and look out over the water...

bfarr said...

Those red lights sure pop against that weathered grey siding. Great shot.

Cezar and Léia said...

It's so charming!
Leía

tapirgal said...

Is this cool, or what? Yes, it is! Nice all around.

Rose said...

I love the contrast of the red lamps against the old wood of the wall...or at least unpainted wood.

nopham said...

Love the colors, beautiful contrast. We went to Jacobsville yesterday...beautiful in the storm.

joan said...

Love those colors.