Birds look either great or awful in black & white. Much depends on the background. If it’s busy with trees and all sorts of other jungle, it can be very difficult.
So I went for the simplest construction — birds against the plainest background I could find.
Boston has many trains. Commuter trains as well as trains to DC. Florida, and other places. More interestingly, it has trolleys: small trains that run through several towns used by local commuters.
Everyone loves them because unless the standard commuter trains, the trolleys run on time. It’s your job as a car driver to get out of the way when they come!
When I took my excursion earlier this month, I took a lot of pictures of the ground. I had no idea why. The grass, the roads, the concrete. A gravel path. Our sidewalk.
Marilyn asked me why I’d take so many pictures of the ground and I said it was going to come in useful one day. Today seems to be the day!
This week the topic is Through a Window. This week’s topic I hope you can have a lot of fun with it. I want to see inside, outside or through windows. Any type of window works, building windows, vehicle windows, ship portholes, airplanes.
Two is a good number. It’s a pair of things or opposites and it’s the kind of number that likes division. A good thing in any number, don’t you think?