CBWC: Short Items Little, short, and even smaller! All in living black & white.
CBWC: Long Items There’s long. There’s tall. There’s longer. The benches in the Registry of Motor Vehicles are even longer than they look, especially when you are in one of those seats and waiting for your number to be called.
CBWC: Ways to move up and down Stairs, feet and one lift chair in black and white.
CBWC: Anything with Motors or Engines From miniature Robbie the Robot to a hoisted Prowler, old and new – and all in living black and white.
CBWC: Roads From Maine to Connecticut and from downtown Boston to the Blackstone Valley. The roads run everywhere. Even when you don’t know where you are going, you are going somewhere.
CBWC: Candid Photography I am never sure what “candid means” since hardly anyone who isn’t in show business or modeling gets formal photographs taken. Seriously, do we have any non-candid pictures?
CBWC: My Pick – The best of the black & white photographs I don’t know if these are my best black & white photographs, but they are among my favorites.
CBWC: Tables, Chairs, Picnic Tables
CBWC: Texture From feather to tree bark, soft and rough — all in living black & white!
CBWC: Black & White Signs Signs of the times – the now, the other, the timeless.
CBWC: Hot or Cold One hot, one cold. It turns out to be hard to show hot than to show cold in black and white.
CBWC: People Movers This is one of the areas where I don’t have as many pictures as others. I’m not even sure why I don’t but there it is.
CBWC: Busy Photos but with a Purpose In each photograph, there is a purpose from making music to cutting corn.