This week, we look at a variety of images that finish up the Cathedral and move down south to New Orleans.
Since you can’t really see the colors of the stained glass window, b&w works really well to bring out the metal details.
Detail on a monochromatic door fleshes out the light.
When the subject is one color, playing around with the contrast can make a fun image.
A cloudy day can look like a massive storm.
More clouds over silhouetted trees.
This shot sums up a ren faire for me as a friend waits for a show to start.
St. Louis Cathedral. The sky seems to tell you how hot it is.
Playing with light through a skylight.
Graveyards are a great subject for b&w as it sets the mood.
Since it was a cloudy day, this one is spooky no matter what.
Next week: We will continue with the b&w retrospective as I wait for cherry blossoms to arrive (probably in 2-3 weeks)
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