Naked Lightbulbs

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    “I can't stand a naked light bulb, any more than I can a rude remark or a vulgar action.”
    Tennessee Williams

    A tree of street lights and light bulbs outside the Faneuil/Quincy Hall Marketplace in Boston, Massachusetts.

    hambox, David Salafia, ChatOmbre, and 62 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. JdeB ages ago | reply

      Cool shot

    2. Pieter Musterd ages ago | reply

      Very original. Thought i would see something with bubbling water (thumbnail) but it is totally different. Very surprising.
      Rated a 7/10 at the Ratings group.

    3. David Salafia ages ago | reply

      awesome shot B.

    4. B Tal ages ago | reply

      Thanks everyone - I've got a jones for these lights. Everytime I walk by I can't help but snap.

    5. Dragan Fly ages ago | reply

      Oh I like this shot. From the thumbnail I couldn't tell what it was. Like how crisp you have some of the edges. You're also working the DoF nicely. I also faved this.

      "29 Words" group.

    6. eileenberedo ages ago | reply

      that's really cool:)

    7. The Ice Queen's Empire ages ago | reply

      Lovely and unique. This has a very abstract quality and the lights are intriguing objects - I can see why they appeal to you. I love the cool blue tones in this - somewhat ironic as lights usually evoke a warm feeling.

    8. nyah74 ages ago | reply

      awsome colours

    9. Lichtstille ages ago | reply

      nice color, fine composition

      Rated a 8.5/10 at the Ratings group.

    10. shino 誌野 ages ago | reply

      NICE! so cool~

    11. Markociclehim ages ago | reply

      great shot!

    12. Bekah Richards ages ago | reply

      This is lovely -- the lighting and texture are remarkable. The colour is also great, although it'd probably look fantastic in several colour schemes (I might prefer a little more desaturated).

    13. David_Velez_ ages ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Lamps, lightbulbs, fire, screens and lights, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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