Poetic Challenges & Poetic "First Drafts"
that black and white is absolutely gorgeous, is that your house??? love the stone work here, great textures.
...alas, no, it is not my house :( I like the contemporary feel - I'm going to search out more shots like this! Thank you.
Both photos - stellar!
Love the black and white. It is beautiful.
Gorgeous! Loving the B&W! xo
Love the stone photo, I actually see a horse at the bottom and a cougar's head on the rocks above him. Just my way of seeing things. Can you see them?
Helen, Patty Ann, Love and Life - Good old black & white. It can capture a mood beautifully at times...and I love color. I think all the vertical lines are showcased here better this way. Thanks!Carol. I saw the horse first thing after you pointed it out. And now I see the crouched tiger! How fun.
What a wonderful winter scene Margaret, and I love the stonework shot! Should you run out of snow, just holler. 17 inches here overnight, and I am so very willing to share!
I'm so glad I found your blog. I'm doing a 365 project too and seeing others' projects inspires me. Great work.http://allansanedrinphotography.blogspot.com/
Beautiful picture! I need to get outside more when it snows instead of hibernating...it's so beautiful when it snows, just really cold!
Lisa, Allan, & Alicia - Thank you! The snow is rapidly disappearing. My tip for photographing in cold weather is to purchase gloves with mitten flap that leaves fingertips exposed = much easier to operate the camera. My hand was cold and numb taking photos the past few days.
Your B&W photos are beautiful.. I love the reflection off the water, And I can see why you love that second shot. What great texture it has..
Thank you - your blog is quite amazing as well!
Terrific B&W captures and such stunning reflections! I love it! And the second one does have marvelous texture and subtle colors! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! Enjoy!Sylvia
Fantastic reflections and so nice in monochrome.
The monochrome image feels cold. Nice job. I like the straight verticals of the bare trees.
That's a lovely reflection scene. I really like the light.
The bottom photo could make a nice texture and the top one is a beautiful scene.
Sylvia, John, Serendipity, J Bar & James - Thank you. We live near many little lakes and I love how it reflects the seasons. The winter trees do give this a wonderful diagonal, John - I think that is what attracted me to it - not so much the reflection! Thanks, James for the opportunity to "play".
Wow classic and beautiful!Happy weekend reflections.
Very beautiful reflections in your quiet snowy world!
Regina & Greyscale - Not snowy, really anymore. But I did enjoy the photo opportunity. Thank you.
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