BLACK AND WHITE AND WOOD – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photos: Things Made From Wood
Rockers stored in the barn
Main Street
The dock at River Bend
The Deck
Tea Party Museum
Front carving on The Beaver
Wooden steps
Old wood fence
Teepee poles
Mountain dulcimer
Ironwood

Cee's Black-White

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

10 thoughts on “BLACK AND WHITE AND WOOD – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. I went through all the wood — and there’s a lot of it, both in color and black & white and tried to pick as many varied examples as I could. It made for some hard decisions. I was looking for both contrast and texture.

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      1. All are ageless and brimming over with stories. I like Main Street best. Kind of a Steinbeck/”Grapes of Wrath” feel.

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  1. Love especially the dock, the teepee poles and the ironwood – and it’s true, b&w photos bring out the structure and grain much better than colour ones.

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