Black & White Sunday: Beauty in the Beast



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49 Comments on “Black & White Sunday: Beauty in the Beast

  1. I love the way the light captures the dapples and the flowers where the beast is grazing. Beauty indeed.

    I’ve put b&w on hold while I battle with new learning, which is as slippery as a watermelon seed.


    • I assume you are referring to the photo of a girl in tiger shirt. Technically, it is the third photo (widget also is one).


  2. Gorgeous photo of the horse, which is something that I would not have chosen to put in monochrome, but it really workds. The background forest provides an excellent way for the horse to really stand out. For me, have chosen a nostalgic photograph for your challenge, Paula. Reminds me so much of family Sundays at my Grandmother’s house. I have added your widget the only way I can, as a jpg image to the post. So am linking to Black and white Sunday


    • I am overwhelmed with your entry, Ese. Nothing better than the wild sea, and a terrific way to capture it. Frozen stroke and foamy textures. I LOVE IT!
      I took the photo of horses under dying light (there is a little one following behind ;)), but I think the poor light gave them softer features and made the capture more film-like. I really appreciate your comment as this very well may be my favourite shot in my gallery. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚


    • Thank you, Debbie. I thought the title would work ๐Ÿ˜‰ You are right about B&W too, it looks a lot better converted like this. Have a good Sunday!


  3. That is one stunning beauty for sure Paula and you’ve captured it so well. Excellent post and photo. ๐Ÿ˜€ โค


  4. Nice post Paula. I’ve pretty much stayed away from teh computer the whole weekend. Now the weekend is nealry finished, but I did manage to check out you B&W Sunday and post a photo for it.
    Is this horse a friend of the donkey that you posted the other day? They both seem to have the same attitude ๐Ÿ˜€


  5. Protecting her foal, Paula? She looks very wary. It’s a great shot! Beautiful haunting music again, and you have some lovely entries to the challenge.
    Still not well, I gather? Once you get run down and stressed it’s not easy to get on top again. Gentle hugs to you. ๐Ÿ™‚


    • Yes, you guessed right Jo. It seems the same every year. November is not my month ๐Ÿ˜€ That bunch was fascinating. I had to run out of the car to take photos, though the light was dying. I am in the office tomorrow, many of us are working sick – it is going to build up my immunity. Hugs

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    • It takes a kind of photographer’s eye and sensitivity to appreciate photography and you have plenty ๐Ÿ™‚ So far, I haven’t been fully happy with any of the comments ๐Ÿ˜€ I mean until you came ๐Ÿ™‚


  6. Paula, I agree with Madhu’s comment above. This photograph has a nice, timeless feel to it. It’s the B&W tones which bring out that effect. I also like how you’ve captured the horse in it’s natural surroundings. Wild horses in unspoiled wilderness is always a beautiful sight.


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