Black & White Sunday: Three



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45 Comments on “Black & White Sunday: Three

  1. Beautiful Paula. The b&w shows off how much the boat has been used. They are not props sitting around to look pretty but have instead brought much joy to people.


    • Yes, I believe they did especially when I know where I took this shot – on the most beautiful little mountain lake πŸ™‚ Colline, thank you for posting your black and white shot today, I really love it.


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  3. Didn’t you show the full colour version of this before? Maybe it was someone else who had three rowboats in a shot.

    I really like this but you, of course, know that I’m a lover of b/w work. I too am drawn to the weathered paint details.


  4. Great shot! We just came back from a weekend break… I haven’t post the WPC Community yet. Hope you do well, Paula!


  5. It would have been very nice to be able to get in a boat and row away now. It’s a ncie little trio you’ve captured there. Niky seems to be in best shape.


    • It is Miky πŸ˜€ and it is originally red.. I know that hubby would choose that one to row away. He loves everything red πŸ™‚


  6. Great one amongst what you’ve day I’ll do this B&W thinga-majig of yours. πŸ˜€ I need time to collect, and find the right timing.


  7. Paula, for your Black and White Sunday contributions would you prefer strictly black and white? Or is sepia and split tones OK?


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