MONOCHROME WATER – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: In or On Water



Categories: Birds, Black & White, black & white photography, Blackstone River, cee's photo challenge, Gallery, Photography, river, Wildlife

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  1. Oh Marilyn, these are wonderful photos for this week. 😀

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  2. Very well done. I liked how the movement of the water was captured in black and white.

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  3. They are truly lovely. Still love black and white. Perhaps it’s because we now take colour for granted when once upon a time, all we had was black and white.

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  4. love these! My husband teases me all the time that all I like is “rocks and water”. We like the same images! I’m always taking photos of boats, rocks, docks, water, swans…..

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  5. Very accomplished photography. Professional quality. Well done!

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    • Some of these pictures I’ve taken MANY times. We are in a river valley with a lot of dams and waterfalls, so we’ve taken lots of picture of what there is — dams and swans and herons and ducks. No cities at all, unless you count our town which really isn’t a city or even close.

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      • Sounds idyllic. I wish I lived somewhere as quiet as that. Alas not yet, but aiming for a castle in Northumberland one day… 🙂

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        • It is beautiful, but like most small towns, poorly run by people who are clueless about running a town. It’s easier now that we don’t have kids in school. It also helps to have interests of your own because there’s nothing to do in town except grocery shop, get a haircut, or take pictures. We take pictures. I don’t even get my hair cut. I don’t trust the cutters.

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          • I don’t blame you there, things on that front aren’t much different here. I don’t trust hairdressers either! I reckon I’d be alright in a place like yours, as long as I could indulge my love of the medieval, which at least I can do here. 🙂

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      • Did Thornton Wilder have Uxbridge in mind?

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