ALONG THE BLACKSTONE – CEE’S BLACK & WHITE CHALLENGE

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Liquid


Manchaug
Manchaug

Water is everywhere in the valley. The Blackstone and Mumford Rivers, Whitins Pond and all the canals and tributaries. So many ponds, streams, creeks, and wetlands.

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The Blackstone Canal – November

When snow is on the ground — or melting — the world is essentially black and white with barely a hint of brown in the bark of the trees or a touch of blue in the sky.

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The Blackstone River – Late March
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The Blackstone River – Vernal Equinox
The Blackstone in August
The Blackstone in August
Riverbend along the Blackstone
Riverbend along the Blackstone

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14 thoughts on “ALONG THE BLACKSTONE – CEE’S BLACK & WHITE CHALLENGE”

  1. Excellent photos. I like black and white “winter” photos. I dont like winter, despite being born during that season. However, my favorite part of winter is when outside is blanketed in snow; giving it a “black & White” perspective. It makes me feel like time has stood still.

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    1. I love the look of snow, but with each year I survive, I dislike coping with mountains of it less. We finally gave in and got a Jeep because we were tired of getting stuck in our own driveway. Snow is beautiful. I wish I could visit it, then go home to … oh … Bermuda?

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    1. Almost all my favorite pictures were taken on one part of the Blackstone or another. I’m sorry I haven’t yet gotten to your pictures. This has been a a ridiculously busy week, but I think it will calm down after next Tuesday. I’m writing and processing pictures as fast as I can, but I can’t seem to keep up. I feel like I’m back working with deadlines. I’m not sure how this happened.

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