Phoneography Challenge in Black and White: Riding a Wild Horse

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Life’s first adventures

begin in circles

picking up speed

~~~

The weekly phoneography challenge is sponsored by the blog, Lens and Pens by Sally.

 

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About Angeline M

Love to travel, read, garden. I am a nurse case manager working in Disease Management. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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47 Responses to Phoneography Challenge in Black and White: Riding a Wild Horse

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  2. hmmm. for some reason i wanted to jump into the scene and ride that striped one! how fun!

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  3. Paula says:

    Is this your haiku, Angeline? I love the shot; makes me nostalgic 🙂

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  4. Which wild one was yours? Great headline.

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  5. Madhu says:

    Brilliant! Both the image and the Haiku.

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  6. Robin says:

    Wonderfully done, Angeline. 🙂 I can’t remember the last time I was on a carousel. I might have to see if I can find one, just for the fun of it.

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  7. restlessjo says:

    I never think black and white but I do like carousels, Angeline 🙂 There was a great one in Paris, close to the Eiffel Tower.

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    • Angeline M says:

      I really resisted converting this to black and white; I just love color so much, but I’m making myself experiment a bit more. I’m glad I did. I’ve seen photos of the one in Paris; now that one I would love to photograph!

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  8. Perfect …. I love carousels. The zebra fits the black and white challenge fabulously. : )

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  9. giselzitrone says:

    Wünsche einen glücklichen schönen Dienstag liebe Grüße Gislinde

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  10. I’d know that carousel any where. You captured a magical view of it. I’m trying to figure out where you were standing to take it.
    Happy Monday

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    • Angeline M says:

      Unbelievably, this carousel is inside the mall in Tracy. The mall here is pretty sad, but the carousel redeems it all 🙂 I couldn’t believe it when we first moved here and I saw it. Are you thinking of the one in Tilden Park?

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  11. Suzanne says:

    What a lovely photo and the haiku underneath is perfect. 🙂

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  12. It’s gorgeous, Angeline. It’s interesting how effective it is in monotone – especially the strong contrasts of the ‘zebra’, racing off on its own. 🙂

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    • Angeline M says:

      Thanks, M. Monotone, and how it effects a photo, is becoming more and more intriguing to me. It’s such a push pull for me to think about taking color away. And that zebra does look like it’s about to veer off to the right!

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  13. The light is great and the carousel looks much better in B&W than I would have imagined. Glad you played with that.

    janet

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  14. Brings back fond memories! If you’d like to see a real B&W horse, from an African safari, Angeline, take a peek at some of the photos shared at Penguin Ponderings blog. Nothing beats the real thing, right? 🙂

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  16. Patti Kuche says:

    The frolicking horses look so pretty in black and white under those gorgeous lights!

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  17. Amy says:

    Yep, … begin in circles. Love this one, Angeline. Have a wonderful week!

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  18. I love the volume of light and action in this photo. Nice job!

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  19. Colline says:

    The carousel looks beautiful in b&w

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  21. Nicely captured and made more powerful in monochrome. Really enjoyed the way the contrasts and tones play against each other. Happy Photo Challenge.

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