Saturday, June 13, 2009

Monochrome Maniacs: Catching Up


I'm reading Little Dorrit by Dickens. I liked the texture of the book cover, so I started playing around with angle more.


This is a row of empty tables at an Italian restaurant where I was dining one day.

Click here for more monomania, courtesy of Aileni.

16 comments:

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

I particulary like your second shot. Nice mono's.

I am behind with memes myself, i have had pc problems and have been on holiday. So i am catching up a bit before i start doing the memes again.

Have a great weekend. :-)

Aileni said...

Except for Bleak House, I find Dickens unreadable - makes great TV though.
The restaurant pic is good, well composed - altogether pleasing.

BJ Roan said...

The book cover does have great texture. The restaurant makes me want to order up some food. It's time for breakfast!

Vita Stunder said...

I really like the resturant pic!
Great composed :)

Have a great sunday!
Anna

Dina ... UK said...

A table for two please...:-)
I love the BBC TV Dickens dramas...

RuneE said...

An unusual, but inspiring way to look at a book.

michael bird said...

Like both the photos. Did you catch Little Dorrit on PBS earlier this year? Like Aileni, my taste in reading matter is mostly other than Dickens. Have relatives who love him though.

Regina said...

Nice one.

Anne said...

Just love the look of both of your pictures!!

Nice week to you from Anne

vincibene said...

I love yor second picture!

magiceye said...

they are both so uniquely beautiful!

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Clueless in Boston said...

The restaurant shot is very good. I like the repetition of the empty tables and lights.

Ulrica said...

Like your shot the empty restaurang.

Daryl said...

oh Sunshine, I like this a lot!

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Nice B & W photos! I really like the texture of the book, never read that one before. Have a great day!

Sherrie
http://splummer-testblog.blogspot.com/2009/06/monochrome-manics.html

Kitty said...

I love the picture of the book! It usually takes about 5 attempts for me to read a Dickens book though.