Anyone remember when 50 sounded “old” and 60 was about as close to The End as we could imagine? Life has altered — just a little — since then.
Those of us who don’t die young — we lost a few early on — tend to live longer than our parents did. Many of us are pondering if we really want to live to 100. If you aren’t sure, there are some 90+ actors, singers, and dancers to give you hope!
I have a lot of old friends. I’m not including them. No need to thank me. I am, after all, one of you, too.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Large Subjects
Large is relative. Compared to an ant, a dog is a giant … even a chihuahua. However, I did not shoot any ants and my large subjects are buildings. Alas, no elephants or giraffe and not a whale in sight.
I love black & white structure. If I have one favorite thing to do in monochrome, anything structural from a cathedral to a scaffold is fair game. And, coincidentally, I’ve been reworking a lot of pictures from the past and many of them in black & white.
Briefly, on the subject of black & white versus black & white with bits of color: I eventually decided I like black & white to be at least monochrome. If not actually black and white, at least one tone and whitish. I’m not sure why I feel like that because I quite admire what other people do with color as focal points. Maybe it’s because I’m not all that good at it.