Category Archives: Black and White Photography
Concentrate on the heart; let all else drift.
Hawaiian flowers so gorgeous in color, with a transition to black and white seeming to make them timeless. Photo taken with an iPhone 6Plus, Camera+, with edit in camera filter. More entries in today’s challenge can be found on Sally’s … Continue reading
As Sally says in her blog post today in this black and white photo challenge, “our engagement with nature is rarely subtle”. It is not. We can walk paths of serenity, and then encounter the beauty of nature’s strength, a … Continue reading
Converting color to black and white is still a labor of letting go for me. Losing color is sometimes difficult, but it is always a learning process of learning different gradients of blacks and grays and whites for an outcome … Continue reading
I have a front row seat on my back patio; sitting out there last night, on the eve of the strawberry moon solstice, I enjoyed my view. I’ll have to see what change there is tonight, and if there is … Continue reading
Catching bubbles, a child plays in the courtyard of a church in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Have a visit with Sally’s Lens and Pens, to see more on today’s challenge.
A Peace Lily, bloom facing out toward the sun. I didn’t realize they are something that seem to be the thing sent for memorials. I received several, and contemplate their message as they turn to the light. Photo taken with an … Continue reading
Seeing life in black and white. Today’s mobile photography challenge is sponsored by Sally at Lens and Pens by Sally