Paula at Lost in Translation says: Show me your B&W photos regardless of the theme.
So, in response to that, I offer the following picture taken this weekend at the Cornell Museum of Fine Art at Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. Since it has beautiful color, you’ll be seeing this one again, I’m sure!
Head of “Civitas”
Bronze with Patina, 1993
As you can see, this display had to do with Color but I thought it would also look pretty good in black and white!
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It’s totally gorgeous and perfectly framed,dear Linda !!! Splendid idea ; it does look so pretty and more artistic in B/W ! Nice to see the word Colour written in mono … Isn’t it !!!
Have a nice and creative week ahead ,Doda 🙂 xxx
Thanks so much, Doda! Wishing you a great week! 🙂
love black and white!
Thanks! I love what it does to some photos! 🙂
Absolutely perfect, Linda!!!
Thanks, Amy! 🙂
Linda the image is great and I love the irony of the word color behind the statue. 🙂
Thanks, Sue! And wait till you see it in color one of these days! 😉
The black and white really brings out the lovely shapes
Thanks, Suzanne! I liked what it did, too! 🙂
I didn’t even know there was a museum in Winter Park – I’ll have to keep that in mind!!
The one we went to was on the Rollins College campus. There is also the Morse Museum that houses a lot of Tiffany glass! 🙂
This looks beautiful with the different shapes catching the black or white and really making it a multi faceted image 🙂 Love it Hugs fozziemum
Thanks, Bev! I almost like it better in black & white myself! 😉
Good thinking, Linda 🙂 You did a great job with it 🙂 Thank you.
Thanks, Paula! Fun one! 🙂