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Category: May Tagged: black and white, chania, crete, fujifilm, greece, heritage, monochrome, Mosque of the Janissaries, street, x100t
Thanks! I really like this old mosque
I do, too, and it works wonderfully in monochrome. Is it an earthen color?
Yes, it is:)
Beautiful, simple building.
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I learned about the Janissaries years ago but I didn’t hear that they still had a surviving mosque.
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Nice photo and good choice for BW
Excellent wide shot and contrast. Looks tough to shoot. Perfect b&w photo.
This looks ancient – I wonder how old it is?
Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/05/the-beautiful-city-of-jaffa.html
I think it was built in the seventeenth century. It is the oldest Ottoman building in Crete.
Lovely perspective. I like that the person walking through gives an additional size reference.
Truly great b&w shot! Great framing and contrast. Well done
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