Cee’s Black and White Photo
It’s been a while since I participated in this challenge but I think I’ve found a couple of photos to suit this topic. I hope you like it.
This is an easy topic for me as I recently spent a day in the forest.
I have posted many photos of train tracks over the life of the blog.
When I saw the topic for this week’s Black and White challenge, this image immediately sprang to my mind.
This is the Ruins of St. Paul’s, a 17th century Portuguese church dedicated to St. Paul the apostle.
Here are some of the pictures I gathered from my visits to the ranch. I hope you enjoy my selection.
Here are some of the pictures from my last visit to the ranch. I hope you enjoy my selection.
Finding sculptures, statues, and carvings are much easier to find here in China than in the U.S.
I love this topic of Reflection and Mirror Images and not because I have photos to show for it
The Utah State Capitol recently celebrated 100th year since its completion in 1916.
Here are some shots from my hike last Saturday.
I have been wondering when I will get the chance to showcase some of the rock pictures I took on my last solo hiking expedition. However, black and white rocks make boring pictures, so I opted for the selective colors approach. Hope you like my choices.
I took this picture out of boredom. We were in Las Vegas last year for a banquet.
It’s been almost a year since I visited Chicago and I’m feeling a bit nostalgic.
I have decided to do a mix of pictures for this challenge this week – two unrelated objects, two opposite objects, and the number two. Hope you’ll enjoy my selection.
I was new to the art of taking pictures when I snapped this one Spring of 2015.
This week’s challenge is a challenge since I have so many photographs of trees, choosing the best ones was tough.
I’ve been poking around my archives and found this strange thing.
So I have done trains and cars but I have never done planes for any challenges before, at least not that I can remember.
I realized I haven’t taken a lot of pictures of the mountains behind my home.
This is one of the 49 boxcars sent to the U.S. from France after World War II in 1949 as a gesture of gratitude.
I thought this picture would come out just a tad better black and white.