Monday, May 18, 2009

Bigelow Chapel 2

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I've posted a little different angle of the Bigelow Chapel,today. If you read yesterday's post you will know that this amazing Gothic Revival structure was made with Quincy granite and is located in the Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge. I like this monochrome view with the man sitting on the bench to the right for scale.

If you like black and white images, make sure to visit Monochrome Monday here.

8 comments:

gogouci said...

Beautiful atmospheric capture.

magiceye said...

classic!

brattcat said...

I think the monochrome really lends to the sense of serenity this image conveys. For those coming after, please click to enlarge to see how truly beautiful this shot is.

marley said...

It makes a good subject for monochrome.

The Lone Beader said...

Just stoppin by to invite you to see one of my pieces at University Place near Harvard Sq. if you're interested! Details are on my blog. Have a great day! :D

Clueless in Boston said...

I think I like the mono version of the chapel better, though it still looks like something one would see in a horror movie.

uncleawang said...

That's very interesting information & wonderful shot of monochrome:)
Thanks for the visit & have a nice day.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

This is such an interesting church. I would love to check out its interior!