BLACK AND WHITE SHADOWS – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Shadows

Cee's Black-White

ANGLES: CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Lines Angles

I love angles in black & white. Please forgive me if I reuse a few favorite pictures I love so much, I just have to use them.

Cee's Black-White

 

BLACK & WHITE FAVORITES – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Open Topic

I’m glad for the open topic. I am feeling a bit over-structured lately. Been looking at older posts and realizing I’m losing my “zip.” Maybe life has just gotten too serious, but I definitely need my zippedy-doo-dah back!

With faded green by the stone bridge over the Blackstone River
Photo: Garry Armstrong
A lone Yellow-crowned Night Heron

Cee's Black-White

ANY KIND OF HOUSE IN BLACK & WHITE – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Kind of House
Beacon Hill, Boston – a classic apartment
Beacon Hill brownstones in a row
Tepee
House and shed
The farm by the lake
Brookline
Arches in Roxbury
The old Inn in Amherst, mid-1700s 

SMALL SUBJECTS – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Small Subjects

This reminds me of a very (VERY) old joke I first heard as a little kid, maybe five or six.

“A big elephant is big and a little elephant is small. A big fly is big and a little fly is small. Therefore, a big fly is bigger than a small elephant.” This was the ultimate definition of a syllogism, at least for a first grader.

So small. How small?

These are Native American fetishes — very small ones. I do have bigger ones, but you asked for small and small you are getting!

ALL of these fetishes will fit comfortably in one of my hands. They are absolutely guaranteed — SMALL.

The healing bear and the ram
Standing Wolf
Black and white married wolves

HANDS, FEET, PAWS IN BLACK AND WHITE – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge:
Hands, Feet or Paws

One naked foot
Garry’s hands
Photo: Garry Armstrong – At home with dogs
Sandals
Naked feet
Youthful feet
Relaxing
Hands, feet, and paws
Hand holding time
Gibbs’ feet

A LADDER ON THE DECK – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Chutes and Ladders

Someone left the ladder on our deck, probably whoever last looked at my chimney. This made taking the pictures today a lot easier than usual. Just a quick step onto the back deck, startling a few birds and scaring a squirrel back into the trees. You can tell it was a squirrel because the feeder is swinging wildly side to side.

Snap, snap, snap. Ladder shot!

A short ladder
Our ladder