Black & White Sunday: Panorama


3 cime b&w


If you want to join Black and White Sunday, feel free to grab the widget bellow and post a photo (or several of them) for this or some other theme of your choice. Just make sure it is black & white and link it to this post.

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The list of scheduled Black & White Sunday and Thursday’s Special posts still pending in December: (Please see the newly added page SCHEDULED CHALLENGES for further details)

2014/12/11 – Imperfection (Thursday’s Special)

2014/12/14 – Flow (Black & White Sunday)

2014/12/18 – Sunset (Thursday’s Special)

2014/12/21 – Night (Black & White Sunday)

2014/12/28 – Wish (Black & White Sunday)


Beautiful entries this Sunday are:

Debbie’s African landscape

Suzanne’s Panorama

Tobias’s Normandie

Cardinal’s Graffiti Panorama

Colline’s Rosary

Lumar’s view of a canal

Willothewizp’s Panoramic

47 Comments on “Black & White Sunday: Panorama

    • Thank so much, Debbie. These are 3 Cime peaks in Dolomites, quite a breathtaking view. I am very interested to see you entry.


    • The music was written with the Rocky mountains in mind, but I think it works well here too πŸ˜‰ These are north Italian, and are my favourite πŸ™‚ Thank you, Linda!

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    • πŸ™‚ It is true, sometimes it takes time to come to appreciate a photo, but I appreciated yours right away. All entries so far feature places I have been longing to visit. I like the way you captured your view – the essence of Normand landscape :). Thank you, Tobias.


  1. Lovely scene, Paula, and love the mountain music. I wonder why I always have to stop the music before I can comment, otherwise my words all run into one another, with no spaces. πŸ˜•


    • Hi Sylvia πŸ™‚ I have never heard of such a problem, and you say it happened before :S. Oh dear, I hope this will not prevent you from listening to music here (the one with my pencils/crayons was just for fun – I promise to be more selective in the future) ❀


  2. I’m lagging behind your posts, trying to keep up with mine. Selfish, eh? I think landscape might be the most difficult to do in b&w because things tend to merge rather than stand out. However, you’ve done it – the moody, the detail, the shapes, and thank you sky! I particularly like the foreground detail. I have a few theme ideas, gleaned from my drive north – posted in due course, when time, notebook and charged iPad have a simultaneous existence in the same place.


  3. I don’t have much black & white but your photo is just marvelous! I second Patti Luche!


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