I’m also linking this to Becca’s Sunday Trees
Isadora at Isadora Art and Photography invited me to join this black & white challenge. Thanks, Issy!
• Post a B & W photo for 7 days.
• 7 black and white photos of your life.
• No people.
• No explanation.
• Challenge someone new each day.
I would like to invite anyone who is interested in participating to do so. I would like to specifically invite Bill Chance at with the understanding that there is no obligation to participate!
that is a lovely photo!
Thanks so much, Caren! 😀
B&W gives one of totally different perspective!! Thank you for sharing!
Thanks, Becca! It truly does. Although I prefer my nature pics in color! 😀
Me too — however, it is interesting to see the difference between them. Some BW are more dramatic than others.
Reminds me of the times I used to go camping in Nevada
I didn’t know you were a camper! Why, you would absolutely love it here! 😀
Helping Becca celebrate! 😀
You certainly did well. B/W seems to give a subject character, IMO.
Thanks, GP! I agree with you. Some pictures actually look better in B&W! 😀
nice combo for becca’s trees and the b-w day-
and nice forestry vibe
Thanks, Y! We were out for a drive when an old building made me stop for pictures. Of course, I couldn’t pass up the creek and trees next to it! 😀
Of course u had to stop – hah
Beautiful forestscape in b/w,superb lighting and bright grey tonalities,dear Linda 🙂 xxx
Thanks so much, dear Doda, for your kind words! One of these days I’ll post it in all its natural colors! 😁 Have a wonderful week!
Pleasure,dear Linda!Looking forward to seeing it 🙂 xxx
This reminds me of the photo I used today for our Sparks post. Tom took it and it is in color, but they have the same feeling. Very nicely done.
His photo of the waterfall is gorgeous and your quote for it was perfect! Thanks, Janet! Have a wonderful week! 😀
I guess it’s because its B & W but it looks cold. Was it a chilly day?
I could sit near the water and just listen to it flow. Very nice B & W …
It’s interesting how b&w can change the whole atmosphere of a place. This was actually during the summer and it was quite warm. Being in the shade next to a running creek made a difference!