Home » Blog » Wordless Wednesday: Violin in the Sky from Helmuth Keller & Sons Violinmakers, Philadelphia August 10, 2011 Wordless Wednesday: Violin in the Sky from Helmuth Keller & Sons Violinmakers, Philadelphia Pin It Violin in the Sky, Helmuth Keller & Sons, Philadelphia, PA. Photo by Margaret Almon. Over at Stratoz: Wordless Wednesday and Roycroft Wisdom
Very cool photo!!
Wonderful silhouette shot.
Ahh, I love that wrought iron. The guitar looks like something we should have in Floyd, known for good pickin.
Love that picture. My dad played the violin, plus he was a welder & designed many things using cast iron.
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What a cool confluence with this sign–a violinist, welder and cast iron!
What a great image. I like the outline of the violin against the sky.
I, too, love the crisp silhouette of the violin against the blue sky. Great perspective!
I never saw one with a violin at the end before…I like it!
Ahhh, love the east coast historical charm!
What a lovely website. I love your work, and I love how even your social media buttons reflect what you do, adorable!
This is a great photo. I take a lot of photos like this with dark vs light. I think it comes from my art history days and learning about chiaroscuro. My husband is always making fun of my tendency to try to find a tree limb to put in front of what I’m photographing.
I loved learning about things like chiaroscuro–like secret code in seeing the world.