Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Inside Your Home

I love the edges and reflections in the house and the angles. I love the little things. Books and clocks and dolls and toys.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all plus a big helping of cynicism.

14 thoughts on “IN THE HOUSE IN BLACK & WHITE”

  1. Marilyn, your pictures are most interesting. I love the assortments of flowers, dolls, books and just the stuff that you have found that adds meaning to your life. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.


    1. When we moved in, that was a set of old, unstable sliding glass doors. I wanted French doors. Unfortunately, we can never leave them open because the dogs will go right through the screens while the birds and squirrels can run right in and join us for dinner. They they looks good, but remain closed. I had dreams of getting some air into the room, too 🙂


    1. Owen and I went visiting yesterday to the fellow who made my guitar. He lives right on the Mumford River and he turns out to be something of a bird nut and photographer, too. We had a good time and FINALLY I learned a little about how to play the instrument. It turns out one of the strings was wrong. Apparently they put the wrong string in the pouch and they don’t label them, but no matter what I did i couldn’t get it tuned right.

      On the way home, Owen said “I knew you’d like him.” I had to laugh. He’s a craftsman, musician, and photographer — and he builds some AMAZING birdhouses. We are the “artsy” set. What’ NOT to like? So I got to thinking about my personal resume. Professionally, a writer. Hobbies? Photography. Music. Painting (but I gave up painting when I discovered photography). We’ve been collecting original art for decades and Owen added a dozen chiming clocks. Yup. A bit artsy.


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