CBWC: Stacked or Piled I wasn’t sure I had anything for this challenge, but when I started to look through my pictures, I realized it was a matter of opinion whether it was in that category or not. It turns out,… 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.
Gazing out of her bedroom window, she nothing that each feeder had two or three squirrels clinging to it and there were more of them on the deck and on the railing. “This,” she said to herself, “Is ridiculous. How… Read More ›