In the Wee Hours of the Night
Powerful shot! NICE! Love, Amy
Thank you very much, Amy.
You are very welcome!
Such a haunting image, yet a peaceful one. If you go by time, every new day starts with darkness. Great one for this challenge. Happy New Year, wishing you the best for this year.
Very interesting observation both literally (if you don’t live beyond the Arctic and Antarctic circles at certain times of the year) and metaphysically.
Happy belated New Year to you too, Mabel!
Night appeals to me. Like that it is deserted and stille. It also means that I don’t dare walk around myself unfortunately. I like the beautiful watch also feels old. And it is certainly old, too.
I like the night too. Especially warm summer nights. I find that familiar urban life really does take on a new character after the sun has gone down.
That’s the Westdale Village Clock on the corner of Hamilton’s King Street West and Paisley Avenue South. This tall timepiece been there keeping time for many years but I have yet to discover any local history about it.
Wonderful sense of “resting” in this shot, getting ready for another day . . . wishing you and Kim a great year ahead!
Thank you Patti, and the same to you and yours!
Great image! Happy New Year to you. 🙂
Thank you, and to you as well!
Wunderschön wünsche dir einen guten Sonntag im neuen Jahr lieber Gruß Gislinde
Thank you Gislinde, and I wish you the same.
Danke lieb Grüße und eine gute Woche Gruß Gislinde
Wonderful B&W photo!
Thank you, Alexander.
There is always something about a B&W shot of the night that is so hauntingly beautiful.
I completely agree, including actually being there to shoot it.
A belated Happy New Year to you too, Jamie!
this looks nice 🙂
Much appreciated, Joshi.
This is a gorgeous shot and a night scene. That clock on the left looks almost surreal. My first impression was that you merged files to add some old hand watch or the type of ones that gents used to wear in the pocket.
The Westdale Village Clock stands over 3m (10ft) tall and is probably the third most recognizable landmark in the Westdale neighbourhood after the Westdale Theater and bird sanctuary. In my mind, it is the most impressive. It’s very stylish and suitable for the old area; much like a pocket watch.
A timely shot. A delightful black and white photo. Night and B&W fits together like hand in a glove.
Thank you, Otto.
Awesome shot and the night is (or rather was) still young!
The drunken university students of the area hadn’t yet come out of their dorms to brawl in the streets or vandalize the neighbourhood.
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