BLACK & WHITE CHALLENGE: GLASS – Marilyn Armstrong

Outside with reflection
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Glass

Lots of glass. In fact, when I really looked closely, almost every picture had glass either as part of a picture or as the primary focal point for a shot.

I’m trying to use newer pictures, so all of these are from August or at the earliest, July. It was astonishing how many pictures include glass in the picture, from little bits to great sheets of it.

Glass. It’s how come your house isn’t dark all the time!

Glass brick entryway to Miss Mendon, the diner. Photo: Garry Armstrong
Out the diner window, a picture that looks entirely different in black & white than it did in color! Photo: Marilyn Armstrong
Black & white picture of the new camera taken with the older camera. Photo: Marilyn Armstrong
More “out the window” from the diner – Marilyn Armstrong

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

9 thoughts on “BLACK & WHITE CHALLENGE: GLASS – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. When I was a kid, glass brick was a very popular material for building. Now, you only see it rarely, so I thought it was interesting to see the diner entry built from it. It’s actually a good material — keeps out the sun, but lets in the light. nice for porches … and greenhouses 😀

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    1. When I think “glass” I instantly think, “I wonder if the 75-300 has dropped in price? Maybe there’s a good used one?” I always tell people that their pictures will never be better than the glass through which they were taken. I could take pictures of my cameras and lenses all day and never get bored … and since they are basically black & white anyway …

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