So this week closes out my old folder of b&w images from ages ago. This means I need to either travel more for new and interesting image hunting, or create another massive folder of filler ideas for when there is a lull in my photography taking.
Why yes, the squirrel is just hanging there, trying to blend in with the tree, but they are completely different textures.
Statues always transfer well to monochrome. Birds are just a bonus.
The gazebo on the lake. So many different textures, but it works.
Clouds and sunlight often come out like storm clouds, even if they weren’t at the time.
Shadows and snow = perfect contrast.
Snow and shadow and benches for all!
Stone bridges in snow are an interesting combination.
Architecture, especially churches, make for interesting studies as the sun hits them.
Shadow on the wall.
Shadows on the cobblestone. Lots of texture.
Next week: The cherry blossoms are out in Brooklyn despite the sudden chill in the air!
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