Phoneography Challenge: Black and White


Home on the range. Cattle out on the Altamont Pass in Northern California.  And to quote Sally in her post today, “I am, however, amazed at the lack of commitment that humankind has for its most serious partner in life’s journey. Without Mother Nature we are doomed. On the other hand she can do very well indeed without us.”  So very true. This Altamont Pass endures the harshest of winter cold, the verdant euphoria of spring, the dried golden beauty of summer; it has endured fires that rage for acres, and yet it comes back. As do the cattle.

Lens and Pens by Sally has more on black and white phoneography on her post; don’t miss it.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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20 Responses to Phoneography Challenge: Black and White

  1. Pingback: Phoneography Monday: Black and White | blogagaini

  2. Patti Kuche says:

    What a wonderful sense of finely textured wilderness!


  3. CMFowler says:

    I love this. It’s almost abstract in a way; pattern, texture, light, and shadow. Beautiful.


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  5. ChgoJohn says:

    The B&W really does underscore the vastness and desolation of the Pass. Nicely done, Angeline.


  6. It’s amazing how they can thrive in such exposed landscapes. 🙂


  7. I like the way the cattle look so small.



  8. Amy says:

    Well said, Angeline! Love this beautiful post.


  9. Pingback: Phoneography Challenge, the Phone as Your Lens: Black and White | Lens and Pens by Sally

  10. Most people take such a scene closer to the subjects. What I like about yours is the distance, showing the vastness of nature in comparison to the animals. Well done. Happy Phoneography Monday.


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