CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE FIRE HOUSE, EQUIPMENT, FIGHTERS AND ALL – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge:
Fire Prevention: Fire Trucks, Fire Houses, Fire Hydrant, Firemen

Old Number Two
Fire Truck Number Two
Hoses and more
And then with red …

BIRDS IN BLACK & WHITE – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Bird

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.

The wan in the river
Black-crowned-night-heron
Whitensville Pond
Silhouettes
A great blue heron

 

BLACK & WHITE BEASTS – Marilyn Armstrong

BLACK & WHITE BEASTIES AND CREATURES 
Duke in black & white 
The swan in the pond 
Totally Duke 
Hi there, I’m Gibbs 
And Bonnie 
Bird in the air 
Bonnie 
Garry (creature with two legs) and dogs
Three horses 
Black-crowned-night-heron 

TRAIN TRACKS IN BLACK & WHITE – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Trains and Tracks

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!

Trolley tracks in Boston streets
X – Crossing the tracks
Grafton train tracks

OF THE EARTH: CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Garry Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Ground: sand, dirt, grass, paths


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!

Gravel path to the river
Dogs in their yard
Great green lawn
Shipping parking lot
Ground in the woods

THROUGH A WINDOW – BRIGHTLY OR DARKLY – Marilyn Armstrong

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Through a Window

From Cee:
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. 


Spring in black & white through the big window
Snow through the window
Mall window
Good-bye
Red Finch through the window against a grey background
Outside with reflection
Dogs all watching falling snow
Light and a Philodendron in the kitchen

 

CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – TWO AND TWO

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge:  2 different things or the number 2


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?

Old Number Two, dating back to the 1950 and currently undergoing restoration
Two horses
Two guys
Two
And two more