Monday, November 29, 2010

I Heart - Black and White

The theme this week over at I Heart Faces is scenic black and white photography.  It took me some searching but I finally found what I think is the best picture I have to enter. 
I took this in Chicago a few years back in Millennium Park. The park is on Michigan Ave in the heart of the downtown.  They have a gigantic metal bean in the park.  It is probably one of the coolest places to take pictures.  It's huge, it's reflective, and you can get some awesome pictures of the skyline.

I love this one because you have the awesome view of the buildings on Michigan Ave and can see all the people walking around the bean, someone them you can also see their reflection in the bean.

To see more scenic black and white photos head on over to I Heart Faces!

39 thoughts on the matter:

~Holly said... {Reply}

I LOVE this!!! Great, creative shot.

Megan Grunder said... {Reply}

Nice shot! Way to get the skyline to be horizontal in the bean. I love the stillness of the city paired with the busyness of Millennium park

My Photographic Eye by Irela said... {Reply}

OMGsh!! This is amazing....LOVE LOVE LOVE!!

Tracy P. said... {Reply}

Ah yes!! I know, I had a couple of the bean I considered too. It's a photographer's playground for sure! Yours is gorgeous!

Tricia said... {Reply}

This is really wonderful! I love that the "scenery" is in the reflection as much as the foreground.

Raymonde said... {Reply}

Oh my this is sooooo good!

Have a great week. xxx

Misty said... {Reply}

Love the reflection of the cool!

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

Wow, this is such a cool, cool capture! I love the reflection.

Leesha said... {Reply}

very cool!!

Z'sTheDay said... {Reply}

very clever Tamar! super cool entry! :-)

Amy said... {Reply}

This is super-creative! Very unique, with the reflection and the bean itself and all the people underneath. So much to look at!

Ashley Sisk said... {Reply}

Such a cool shot - I'd love to see the bean in person!

Michelle said... {Reply}

Love this! I contemplated entering a shot I have of the bean :)

Simple Girl said... {Reply}

I love it! I was just there this summer and love how it captures the whole world around you.

Marvett Smith said... {Reply}

Very creative!

Lolli @ Better in Bulk said... {Reply}

I love this shot! (It was hard for me to find a scenery shot with people in it!)

Mandy said... {Reply}

That is just too cool! Great entry!

amy said... {Reply}

Way cool! Love it.

Nikkii said... {Reply}

Wow! Now which one is you? :)

Anya said... {Reply}

Fantastic shot!Love it!

Robyn Lee said... {Reply}

VERY, very cool shot indeed! :)

Tiffany said... {Reply}

This is a great shot of the bean in Chi-town!!

Elizabeth said... {Reply}

Love this!

Jodi R. said... {Reply}

This photo is AWE.SOME.

Skeller said... {Reply}

The Bean! Someday I'm gonna go there! Beautifully photographed, perfect entry for this week! Oh, and I love your header picture :-).

The Mrs. said... {Reply}

Nice shot!

Serline said... {Reply}

You can almost see the entire downtown of Windy City in that reflection ;-P

Elizabeth said... {Reply}

This is so cool, love that reflection. Very nice!

Sidekick said... {Reply}

I love the grandfather(?) and young boy walking hand in hand underneath your capture of the entire bean.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

The reflection of the skyscrapers in the bean is AWESOME!

Anita Johnson said... {Reply}

I love the bean too!

ciara said... {Reply}

that is a great pic! i love how the cityscape is reflected in the bean. perfect pic to pull off the black & white.

Tiffany said... {Reply}

Great of my favorite picture I have taken is of the bean!

Kate (Urban Safari) said... {Reply}

Great shot, what a cool structure. Very scenic indeed :)

Mominin said... {Reply}

Great shot!!

misty said... {Reply}

that's wicked cool.

JeNae said... {Reply}

Cool pic.

Sarah Jones said... {Reply}

Everytime I see a picture of that thing it makes me want to go there! Excellent shot!!

Life with Kaishon said... {Reply}

Oh my gosh! This shot is so cool and you WON! I am so happy for you. I hope it made your whole day!