Down the steps…

Of just one wing of the New York Public Library; no idea what wing or where these they went to.  In this post I am combining the WPC of intricate (the amazing stone work here) with Monochrome Monday.  How’s that for a two-fer! I converted the color image using Nik’s Silver Effect Pro 2 pumping up the contrast in order to bring out all of the detail in the stonework.  Again, amazing craftsmanship.


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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography.
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23 Responses to Down the steps…

  1. Nice shot and I like how you processed it. It makes me want to see what is down there. Cheers =)

  2. Good shot – very complex you did a great job capturing all the conflicting angles.

  3. Lignum Draco says:

    Interesting and detailed shot. Were the ghostbusters anywhere in sight?

  4. bulldog says:

    Looks interesting… now I wonder what’s down there

  5. awesome shot! What a cool stairwell.

  6. The black and white is perfect for highlighting the intricacies of the stonework. I love the beauty of the old buildings.


  7. Wow, the details in this shot are absolutely stunning!

  8. Nancy says:

    Your two-fer came out perfect. The intricacy of the stone work was captured and the monochrome came out perfectly. I am able to see the downward progression easily but as I step down I want to know what is behind that door at the bottom??

  9. A very nice symmetrical image. It really works in b&w.

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