Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco By Jane LurieApril 1, 2020 ( 22 ) Monochromia Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco View original postShare this:TweetEmailShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Categories: Architecture, Black and White, City Scenes, Monochromia, PhotographyTags: Architecture, Dome, Historic Landmark, Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco Related Articles Surf’s Up: Manhattan Beach By Jane Lurie2 days ago ( 82 ) Monochrome Moments in Nature By Jane Lurie2 weeks ago ( 142 ) Mind Travel: Back to Africa By Jane Lurie3 weeks ago ( 190 ) 22 comments › Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco – Wilfredo Santa Gomez MD May 5, 2020 • 6:09 pm Heyjude April 27, 2020 • 11:41 am Those are views you could never tire of. Lovely skies. Reply ↓ Heyjude April 27, 2020 • 11:43 am Oops. Somehow I managed to move to a different post. This comment is of course meant for the SF post 😧 Reply ↓ bluebrightly April 3, 2020 • 9:55 am Such a classical look, through and through – the building, the landscaping, and your treatment of it in the photograph! Reply ↓ Jane Lurie April 4, 2020 • 1:02 pm Thanks, Lynn. It’s such a pretty color, but I thought the B&W made its classical architecture really stand out. Glad you like it. 🙂 Reply ↓ Maria Jesus Beristain April 3, 2020 • 2:05 am Beautiful, I was there sometime in my life. Thanks to push me to remember… Reply ↓ Jane Lurie April 3, 2020 • 7:29 am Thanks so much, Maria. I’m happy you’ve been to San Francisco. 😊 Reply ↓ David April 2, 2020 • 6:42 pm I’ve always thought this truly made Golden Gate Park. Hope you’re doing okay. 🙂 Reply ↓ Jane Lurie April 2, 2020 • 7:09 pm It’s a beauty, isn’t it? It’s nearer to the Presidio and the water. It’s been nicely restored, too. Thanks, David. Yes, we are plugging along. Haven’t cooked this much in years! 🙂 Hope you and yours are doing well, too. Reply ↓ YellowCable April 2, 2020 • 4:10 pm Very nice shot of the structure. It stands out magnificently! Reply ↓ Jane Lurie April 2, 2020 • 4:37 pm Thank you so much, YC. A pretty dramatic weather day. 😊 Reply ↓ Andy Smart April 2, 2020 • 3:02 pm I loved photographing around it last spring when we were there, great location. Your slightly moody monochrome gives it a different feel though, nice work 👍✅😺 Reply ↓ Jane Lurie April 2, 2020 • 4:39 pm Thank you, Andy. Glad you’ve had a chance to photograph it. It’s such a pretty color, I don’t often think to do monochrome, but, I agree, it does gives it a classic, historic feel. Reply ↓ Jet Eliot April 2, 2020 • 12:30 pm This photo is excellent, Jane, really capturing the elegance and beauty of the Palace of Fine Arts. I’m so glad it wasn’t pulled down after the World’s Fair, and that the community recently rallied to fund and restore it. Sending well wishes your way…. Reply ↓ Jane Lurie April 2, 2020 • 4:43 pm Thanks so much, Jet. I was pleased with how the monochrome gave it a different feel. I hope you went to the 100th anniversary exhibitions – full of photos and ephemera. Yes, so glad for the preservation and restoration! Hang in there and be safe. 💙 Reply ↓ Jet Eliot April 3, 2020 • 11:40 am I did go. It was an extravaganza that year and I went to several of the exhibits. Great fun. Reply ↓ Michael Scandling April 2, 2020 • 9:16 am Another magnificent monochrome. Reply ↓ Jane Lurie April 2, 2020 • 12:01 pm Thanks so much, Michael. Good overcast conditions that day. Glad you enjoyed this one. 😊 Reply ↓ Robert Parker April 2, 2020 • 6:01 am I must’ve seen pictures of this building before, but didn’t realize how handsome it is! A pretty nice keepsake from the 1915 world’s fair, it’s a great image. Reply ↓ Jane Lurie April 2, 2020 • 9:08 am Thanks, Robert. They restored it not too long ago. It’s beautiful and peaceful to walk around. We enjoyed the 100th anniversary celebration full of World’s Fair memorabilia and photos. Glad you enjoyed this one. 🙂 Reply ↓ Feuer & Flamme April 2, 2020 • 3:10 am Nice photo Reply ↓ Jane Lurie April 2, 2020 • 9:09 am Thanks very much, Feuer & Flamme. 🙂 Appreciate your visit. Reply ↓ Love to hear what you think... Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.