Olga's in Black and White


The murder mystery show that I was invited to recently took place at Olga's. I had never been there before, it was really nice. I especially like this wall mural. It gives the place a European feel.

For more black and white shots visit the Weekend in Black and White.

17 comments:

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

I usually try to drop by and look at your photos, even if I don't have time to comment. However, not even knowing it was you, this photo drew me right in from the city daily photo portal. Looks intriguing as a thumbnail too!

Cildemer said...

A great mural!
Thanks for sharing your lovely pic;o)

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À bientôt****

Small City Scenes said...

Oh nice. It fits right in with a mystery. MB

cieldequimper said...

Ah c'est super en noir et blanc. Extra !

Kate said...

Murals always seem to give a feeling of interest and completeness. It REALLY is an old-world feeling.

JM said...

Great atmosphere. I think the b&w is perfect here.

Jacob said...

Excellent monochrome! Lends an air of mystery to the place which is a good thing if you're going to do murder mystery shows there. The mural is beautiful!

Dragonstar said...

That's a fine mural, and your monochrome treatment gives it a strong sense of past times. It looks a great place to visit.

gogouci said...

Great decor. Certainly adds to the mood of the black and white.

Steffe said...

That mural does have an old European feel to it, and as people have already pointed out, it looks great in black and white.

Lynette said...

Love the photo. Love Olga's! Mama and I used to go eat there when they were out in Flowood, years ago. Great restaurant!

Jack said...

Now that is a good one to do in black & white. It looks very mysterious.

Louis la Vache said...

It does indeed have a European feel!

Olivier said...

beau b&w, j'aime bien. Je viens de voir que tu avais un Nikon d300, il est bien ?

Leif Hagen said...

I just relieved that you didn't get murdered! The mural is tres european indeed! Cool!

Halcyon said...

Olivier: J'ai un D3000. Il remplaçait le D40. Mais maintenant le D3000 est remplacé par le D3100.

Mais j'aime bien le D3000. Il n'est pas trop lourd et il prend des bonnes photos.

Stephanie said...

Olga's looks magnifique in B&W!