Jonathan

Jonathan

Posted on 08/03/2008


Photo taken on August  3, 2008


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it never ends

it never ends

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11 comments - The latest ones
Armin Fuchs
Armin Fuchs
these "two worlds" - like here and like at the "Zenith of Summer" -
are showing your wide-spreaded attention to the worlds expressions ...
- and your talent to catch them into such great photos!
10 years ago.
Jonathan has replied to Armin Fuchs
thanks Armin for your comment. I am a little embarrassed (but happy!) with your praise :) I guess I am always observing the world around me, and it can make me a bit of a loner at times, but it fascinates me. Photography and scribbling notes is my way of capturing what i see and think. I cannot walk anywhere any more without seeing photos, it has changed my perception on everything.
10 years ago.
Ke Marshall
Ke Marshall
Where do you go to find amazing architecture there? These windows go on forever, and very interesting look because they almost give a 3d effect if you stare long and hard at them for while from the bottom of the window up. Try it. Maybe my eyes are playing tricks on me. haha. To your previously mentioned comment..you are not a loner but you're an opportunist who invites the world as you see around you. ;) It's great! We should all see how beautiful the world is from this perception.
10 years ago.
Jonathan has replied to Ke Marshall
amazing architecture eh? My friend was remarking that I seem to taking photos of ugly things. If you wander around any city you find surprises, and here there have been many such buildings. i love the old socialist era housing for BW work. This building was very noticeable, it seemed too large for itself in many respects. Thank you for your kind comments Keisha, they are very touching:)
10 years ago.
Ke Marshall has replied to Jonathan
Astounding. And your friend will have to grow on your work perhaps. I like it though because I am getting to see different types of buildings and such in Sweden. You seem to be often intrigued by such work. haha. Everyone's perspective is different of how they view and see what is good or bad photography. Someone may say hey that's just ugly, and someone else would say, no and start talking about the forms, shapes, and colors or not, and the way it projects itself to the world. Long as you are happy in what you take. Doesn't matter. ;) I love looking at buildings, and I would love to fly to New York soon just to walk among Manhattan and downtown NY at the buildings. Los Angeles are blah...it is like one small centre. And you're welcome! ;)

PS did you see the 3d thing I see? I noticed it first hand when I came here to read your follow up comment. Like the bottom of the window shoots outward... please tell me I am not crazy. haha.
10 years ago.
Jonathan has replied to Ke Marshall
i think you are crazy !!! hehe

I would love to get some photos in new york, i could get endless bw photos, but alas, that will not happen for a long time if ever! never mind, i have never run out of photos to take wherever i have lived
10 years ago.
Ke Marshall has replied to Jonathan
hehehe...it's great to be darn crazy!

Why would it not happen for a long time? You save and purchase ticket and fly. ;) i am sure that you don't. Yes you seem to be walking around everywhere there. I would not mind seeing Sweden and some other european countries. Travel is good, as long as you don't get lost! I plan to see NY NY. Have you visited other countries before if so, where?
10 years ago.
Micha
Micha
I do the same in Paris, Jon, 70's architecture is extremely photogenic to my mind...Maybe some nostalgy too, cause I was born in the mid-70's

Like an old computer...old-fashioned Science Fiction
10 years ago.
Jonathan has replied to Micha
i think i am a fan of noir for photos and films, even if i don;t want the world to look like that (I am from the countryside), i loved La Haine for that reason, good social portrayal, gritty black and white
10 years ago.
Jonathan
Jonathan
gracias :)
10 years ago.
Rosa Maria Riquelme
Rosa Maria Riquelme
Hola Jonathan Ward, soy uno de los administradores del grupo Arquitectura Moderna o interesante.. Nos gustaría que añadieras este documento a nuestro grupo. ¡Gracias!
10 years ago.