B&W Sunday: Moving on

Maybe you remember my intro into Henry James’ novel The Wings of the Dove that I published in March.

Here is a B&W rendition of the photo of Kate Croy (my porcelain doll impersonating Kate Croy) that I first posted in colour. Kate was scheming and conniving and she ended up suffering more heartbreak than she had caused.

Nevertheless, strong as she is, she is dusting herself off and moving on….


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34 Comments on “B&W Sunday: Moving on

    • Thank you Linda. Kate is among less pretty of my dolls, but she has a lot of character πŸ™‚


  1. Now this is a challenge I like – black and white photos which I love and absolutely no rules apart from posting on Sunday. I’ll create a post and get back to you later with the link. Thanks for the creative opportunity. πŸ™‚


    • Hey thank you Draco πŸ™‚ That version was a pleasing discovery for me too. Kate says “hello” πŸ˜‰


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    • Though you are more in favour of this view in colour, I really prefer it in B&W. Thank you so much for this post πŸ™‚


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    • πŸ˜€ she does πŸ™‚ Suzanne, I appreciate your generous contribution. Those trees you’ve captured speak to me…


  4. I really shouldn’t be here. Too many jobs to do, but the Cardinal lured me in with his superb waterfront shots and well, I just had to have a look at what Paula is offering this Sunday. More beauty! Off to cook and stuff πŸ™‚ Happy Sunday!


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    • Hey, I did not know that about you Sylvia. I have another song in French for you this Thursday πŸ˜‰ Thank you for bringing me smiles. xx


    • I am very happy you think that Alessandro, cause this one is especially important to me πŸ™‚


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