It rained like mad in the morning. An hour later it was snowing like mad. It’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world. I processed two photos in black and white. It’s a monochrome world in winter. It’s not a lot… Read More ›
Black & White
There was no way I could write this without having Garry in the mix. He is, after all, Mr. Movie Mavin. So here we are again, with a lot of new material. Both Garry and I grew up in New York… Read More ›
Weekly Prompts – Colour Challenge Black and White Even after 40 years of photography, I’m still sometimes taken aback by what a difference the same photograph can have depending on its presentation. Color isn’t just a tint. Color is a visual… Read More ›
By now, everyone knows I love old movies. I take special delight in the early 1930s stuff where you see stars and character actors while they were very young and just establishing their screen personae. Barbara Stanwyck is a particular… Read More ›
CBWC: Bigger than a Bread Box Almost everything I can think of is bigger than a breadbox except for some of my birds. I have a breadbox. It’s one of the smaller items in my kitchen.
CBWC: Close Ups Close-ups are sometimes macros and other time, head shots or portraits. Macros are for flowers. Humans are portraits, or as we used to call them, “head shots.” Portraits. I used to do a lot of portraits, but… Read More ›
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Pets and Farm Animals Pets and farm animals, all in black and white. Well, it’s a pretty black & white world we seem to be living in, so why not?
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Horns I live in a valley where horned animals also live. Cows and goats, mainly. I found one other kind of horn — in our jeep.That’s all the horns I could find.