10 thoughts on “Dayton Lane Monochrome

  1. Thanks 🙂 I posted this photograph quickly this morning, admittedly without much inspiration for a title. My son’s yoyoing came to mind since the image required little post-processing other than a black and white conversion. As you probably recall, “walking the dog” is the easiest trick in the book.

  2. Wow. This picture has such a timeless quality. It could have been taken 100 years ago. Brilliant light, majestic trees and the humble dog walker are all integral to creating a memorable image.

  3. John T . My grand father was Ralph Dayton the person they named that street after. I have walked that street , but never seen it that surreal. Good eye, Thanks

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