Phoneography Challenge: Black and White (in the bar)


Well, it is St. Patrick’s Day….No wearing of the green here today


The Irish Eyes were smiling.


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About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. I am a retired nurse case manager. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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22 Responses to Phoneography Challenge: Black and White (in the bar)

  1. Madhu says:

    Lovely shots Angeline. Did you have the special?


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  3. ChgoJohn says:

    Clever, Angeline. If one is to take a B&W photo of a bar, you chose the perfect day to do so. 🙂


  4. Jo Bryant says:

    that drink would have me on the floor I think


  5. ShimonZ says:

    an interesting way to avoid green


  6. So out of curiosity, is Irish Eyes a drink? What is it?


    • Angeline M says:

      I was wondering when someone would ask.Yes, it’s an Irish is a cut and paste of recipe found on google:
      Start by filling a cocktail shaker with ice and add 1 oz of Irish Whiskey, 1/4 oz of Green Creme de Menthe, and 2 oz of Cream. Shake it up and then strain everything into a an old fashioned glass. For a finishing touch, add a Maraschino Cherry to garnish.


  7. Haha! Happy day, Angeline.


  8. Very seasonal, Angeline, but it really needs to be green and white. 🙂



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  10. Very nice contrast between outside and in–helps to build the ambience. Happy Phoneography Challenge.


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