Tuesday, February 21, 2012

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Today I am linking up with Finagle a Foto





On a recent Saturday morning, I met up with my photo bud and her sons and we went to the city for a photo shoot.  I know what you are thinking...wow the city...don't get too excited, I am not talking about New York City or another big city, I am talking about the city of York...population 436, 000.
According to Wikipedia, York is the 14th largest city in Pennsylvania.  
It may not be New York City...but it's my city!  
I don't live within the city limits as I am more of a country girl, but York is where I like to call home.  
York has some awesome architecture and great texture.    This is Central Market.  I love this old building.  It has some amazing texture and architecture.  
The inside of this building is as amazing as the outside.  I think one of my favorite features of this building are it's amazing windows.  I love how the sunlight just pours in and gives the inside a warm glow. 


Thanks for stopping by...I'd love to hear your comments!

Focusing on Him,
~W~

The ArtsyGirl Connection

9 comments:

  1. Great perspective and I really like the repeating arch patterns. And I think your choice of b/w accentuates the beautiful patterns of both the arches and the bricks. Great job.

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  2. LOVE this shot!! I haven't even played with my architectural shots from that awesome day. LOVE that you picked this for B&W. LOVE the angle you shot in!!!!! You ARE a BEAST!

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  3. Great shot.. I LOVE LOVE the angles.. I adore bricks so you had me there.. Lovely... Thanks SO much for playing along this week, hope you are back again this Sunday.. Wishing you an amazing eveing.. ~Marilyn

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  4. I love this shot. The angle of the shot makes me feel like I'm standing right there! So glad you joined the challenge!

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  5. i'm a old building fanatic---great shot---when i first seen it i thought it was a church and was going to get my praise on...but a market???---makes me wanna go in---remain blessed!!!

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  6. Love old buildings, they have such character. Great capture!!

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  7. what a wonderful old building and such a wonderful capture!

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  8. Very nice photo.

    Regards and best wishes

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  9. Love the perspective and shadows of the first shot. Bliss is so beautiful!

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