Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Black and White in Child’s Play


Mobile Photography, having that camera at the ready for moments to freeze in time. Moments to look back on in years to come to keep the moment alive.


Celebrating my passion for photography through use of the camera that is always at hand, that I hesitate to say is play, but it’s a way to have fun too.

Join us in the weekly mobile photography challenge sponsored by Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge, via Lens and Pens by Sally.

About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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28 Responses to Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge ~ Black and White in Child’s Play

  1. Susan says:

    Both are wonderful but I absolutely love the second one…so precious!


  2. Patti Kuche says:

    Shots to come back to time and time again Angeline, such a beautiful glow in these happy, treasured times.


  3. Angeline M says:

    It’s a great table set up with this train set.


  4. Angeline M says:

    Thanks, Joshi. He’s a love.


  5. Angeline M says:

    Thanks, Amy. He’s a cutie pie.


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  7. Angeline M says:

    Thanks so much, Emilio. The light…it was so just right.


  8. Both are wonderful photos, Angeline, but i especially like the second shot. You captured him so nicely, and the light, shadows, contrast….wonderful.
    Well done.


  9. Especially love the second photo.


  10. Didn’t these shots come up well, Angeline? And a lovely memory for you when the kids are grown.


  11. That train set-up is awesome!


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  13. Those are both adorable, Angeline, photos and boys. I like the way in the first photo, the line of sunshine runs almost down the middle of the picture, adding a depth and interest.



  14. B&W photography truly captures the essence of a subject. These are so soulful, Angeline. Two thumbs up!


  15. Angeline, two engaging images that are made even more interesting in black and white. In the first I enjoyed your perspective and how the train tracks leads us to your son (I presume). In the second I am in love with the way we cannot see his entire face and the shadows that surround him. The second is my favorite. Well done. Happy Photo Challenge.


  16. Unless color is an issue, I prefer black and white always.


    • Angeline M says:

      Black and white has grown on me. When I first started to dabble around with photography a few years ago, I didn’t much go for it and couldn’t imagine taking color away from a photo. Times have changed; it’s becoming a preferred option. Have a good week, Felipe.


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