BLACK & WHITE WALLS – CEE’S B & W PHOTO CHALLENGE

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Walls – Indoors or Outdoors


Symphony walls

Home hall walls with a bit of yellow

Walls at the doctor’s office

Walls in the theatre district

Wall of home

Beacon Hill wall



Categories: Architecture, Black & White, cee's photo challenge, Photography

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  1. First off, I adore your photo on your banner. Your walls are super cool this week 😀

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    • Thanks Cee.

      If you haven’t looked, you are about to discover that the customization package has changed … hugely. So my banner is gone. ALL my banners are gone. But otherwise, the changes are actually an improvement, but you need to go and check. They did a lot of changing!

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  2. Beautiful…I love black & whites!

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  3. The Symphony, the books. Love them!

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  4. That must be some organ at the Boston Symphony Hall.
    Leslie

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  5. Walls have been perfectly captured through those lenses.

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  6. Great shots. So many variants of walls. If they could only talk …

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  7. A great group of b/w’s! I really like the Symphony Hall shot and the doghouse!

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    • It took me a minute to ID the doghouse. It’s a small shed. I could BE a doghouse because it’s close to doghouse size, but right now, I think it’s falling down. Rot. It cost $400 15 years ago at Home Depot and time has been unkind.

      Symphony Hall is a GREAT building.We used to get there a couple of times a year, so I took a ton of pictures when I could.

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  8. Amazing how monochrome can change the effect of a wall. Very much like the first photo

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