B&W Sunday: Conversation with myself

 

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41 Comments on “B&W Sunday: Conversation with myself

  1. Cette photo me donne un sentiment d’équilibre et d’harmonie, de paix et de calme aussi…
    J’aime beaucoup le titre.
    La musique est belle et un peu triste : j’espère qu’après cette conversation avec toi-même tu seras rassérénée.
    Gros bisous Paula !

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  2. The title fits the image really well. It’s a nice photo, but I would have loved some more contrast. Ask the person to wear black next time 😀

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    • I will write to Vatican and tell them to make the monks of Orta San Giulio wear white habit in mid-summer :D. I would have liked to have more contrast in the photo too, but what can I do 😉

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  4. Really B&W photos are more than black and white: what about the incredible shades of greys in this take?
    Beautiful music, too

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    • This one has a lot of grey. It is on Orta, Anna, on isola San Giulio :D. Grazie per la tua gentilezza. Baci

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  5. I love this Paula. You are so talented with your camera. And of course the music suits the atmosphere you have created in your picture.
    I think I feel a story here somewhere. Can I use your picture again?

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  6. Love the texture of the stone buildings! Beautifully, subtle contrast that fits the subject title.

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  7. This is exquisite, Paula! How on earth did you capture this? It’s that old ‘right time, right place’ touch again, isn’t it? 🙂

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  8. The contrasting windows do a brilliant job of leading us down to the monk. You have captured a lovely corner of the world in this shot Paula!

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    • No, but the same country 😀 It is in Italy on a small lake called Orta San Giulio. I think your wife would love if you took her there 🙂

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