Let The Sun Shine In

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had just about all I can take of the gloomy winter weather.  So, you can imagine how excited I was to have had the good fortune to take a day off from work to hit some new urbex sites, but to have some decent weather as well.  Not only were the sites to die for, but the weather, though dang cold, was super sunny; a real pick-me up!  So after I processed this shot, which I wanted to get done before I headed off to catch a few winks and to rest up after the all-day urbex adventure, I was at a loss for a name.  That’s where my dear wife comes into the study, sees this photograph, and starts singing the song Let The Sun Shine In (though this version is from bunch of cool New Yorkers jamming, quite well), from the Broadway musical Hair.  While I really like the song, and it’s perfect for today’s shot, I’m kind of partial to the re-make of that song by Milk & Sugar!

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I love the strong, triangular composition here, Jacques. Excellent work as usual.

Thanks, Dave!

This is really great, Jacques. The shadows cast by the window make such a pleasing pattern…very nicely done.

Superb lighting and great exposure both in and outside of the building . . Man, I gotta get myself over to Germany!

I love this Jacques! Really great composition and the details and textures here are just incredible!

Good things are worth waiting for. From the looks of this image, your wait has paid off! Love it.

As Dave say this triangular composition gives strong to the capture without taking ownership of the window, the point

Beautiful sunshine and peeling paint – how do ya get better than that? Great shot my friend!

Beautiful composition, light and processing Jacques!

It’s a very good result, as always.
I agree with what the others said before, the strong diagonal lines gives a good impact to the composition!

The light and clarity of this is wonderful, the window is almost like a big screen of a projected image (it’s a very unusual window), and the blue and yellow compliment one another really well.

Masterful framing. A+ as usual

Awesome! It’s simple and mesmerizing at the same time.

Great picture and posting! A real pick me up for anyone who has spent the winter in Berlin.

Thanks, Steve!

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