CBWC: Looking through or Into a Window A selection from recently and long past. Black and white and what you see — or can’t see — through the windows.
black & white photography
CBWC: Patterns Mostly, it’s architecture that form patterns for me, but sometimes trees and even flowers can do it too.
CBWC: Weather Black & white is THE best way to show a sky and clouds. From the Phoenix desert, to Connecticut rivers, to the Blackstone Valley. As Joni Mitchell said, “Clouds get in my way…”
CBWC: Large Subjects Large subjects. Large is relative. If you are an ant, I’m sure everything is large, but if you are an office building, only a bigger office building can beat you. Or a dinosaur.
CBWC: Any Kind of Geometrical Shape A lot of my favorite architecture and other geometric pictures were taken in black and white. Somehow, black and white seems to work best for anything blocky and especially with sharp edges.
CBWC: Places to walk or hIke From downtown Boston to the mountains in Vermont, there are sidewalks and paths and they are waiting for your feet to come tread upon them. Wear comfortable shoes!