Black and White Jan20 by Linda Arthur Tejera Paula’s Black and White Sunday theme this week is Still Life and Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is Open Topic. To view more entries and/or to participate in these challenges, please click on the banners below: Rate this:Share this:PinterestFacebookEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
Beautiful , Linda
Thanks so much, Holly!
my pleasure Linda.
The backlighting on this is perfect, Linda. Beautiful job! 👏
Thank you so much, dear Amy. Now, if I could just figure out what I did…! LOL! 😆 Wishing you a peaceful weekend! 😀
OH do I know that feeling well. LOL
I LOVE the little curl you captured with the stem – and the spots – nice take on combining challenges for b/w
(and can feel the crisp crunch this apple would maybe give…)
Thanks, Y! I was just fascinated with that little curl! LOL! I never did eat that apple. 😀
ha – did it get tossed in the yard – that is funny – but it sure made a nice pic – the spots too
I love black and white photography. Very well done.
Have a fabulous weekend. ♥
Thanks, Sandee! B&W gives things a whole new look! Happy weekend to you! 😀
Beautiful! I particularly like that little twirl on the stem.
Thanks, Jeanne! That’s what drew me to it in the first place! LOL!
YUM … perfectly captured. I feel like an apple now.
Sounds like a good idea. Although, I prefer the Honeycrisp myself! LOL! 😀
I love the spiral on top of the stem!
My favorite part, too! 😁
What a beauty! Very delicious looking even in monochrome. I love the detail, Linda. Thank you, honey.
Thank you so much, Paula! I think that sometimes monochrome is better! Have a wonderful week ahead! 😀
Thank you honey. You too!
An apple: ingenious photo! Love it, fantastic choice ❤
Thank you, Sid! Have a wonderful week! 😀 ❤
Sheer perfection. Thanks so much for playing along. 😀
Thanks, Cee! I was surprised at how it turned out! 😀
I love the curlicue at the top of the stem! Lovely photo!
Thanks, Teresa! That’s exactly what got my attention! 😀
A lovely still life photo. I see others have commented on that curly end of the stem. That would have been worthy of a photo on its own.
Thanks, LD! My favorite part of that apple! Have a wonderful week! 😀