Phoneography Challenge ~ Black and White Delicacy

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A delicate pitcher seemingly out of place in this industrial looking scene. It was simply the angle from which I took the photo, in a restaurant that is anything but industrial.

More entries for this challenge can be found on Sally Donatello’s 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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16 Responses to Phoneography Challenge ~ Black and White Delicacy

  1. A well captured feeling in the B&W photo, Angeline. I have a small teeny tiny (about 2″) jar like that and the colors of blue on it are striking. I’m sure this one is colorful too. 😎

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  2. A lovely still life captured in dark and mysterious light. Very nice.

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  3. milai says:

    Such details. I love how the pitcher seemed to glisten in stark contrast against its backdrop.

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  4. Jo Bryant says:

    It really does suit the use of B&W Angeline. Love the ethereal feel it has.

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  5. Nicely contrasted, Angeline. The pitcher is so strong, while the background is delicate and even more so in contrast.

    janet

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  6. LavendarLadi says:

    The angle makes this photo feel like you’ve just discovered some forgotten treasure.

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  7. Patti Kuche says:

    Lovely light and shadows Angeline!

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  8. Pingback: Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Black and White (Spring Tree Blossoms) | Lens and Pens by Sally

  9. Striking still life that works well in monochrome to give the vase its subtle place in the “sun.” Hap[py Photo Challenge.

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