Category: B&W, B&W, Black & White Sunday, Corsica, Landscapes, Photography Tagged: Black & White Sunday, Corsica, landscape, photography
Now those are clouds!
As if combed with a giant comb 😀
Paula, this is absolutely gorgeous. This is a strong composition, and it looks amazing enlarged.
Yes, I’m a B/W addict in general but I’ve always loved B/W landscapes. One of my ongoing projects is about B/W landscapes, and I’ve shown very little of it. I’ve shot lots, and rejected many from the project. There are currently 11 completed pieces in it that I’m satisfied with. I’ve so far revealed only 3 to others. In time, I will begin showing the rest.
Thank you, Allan. I will be very happy to see yours. 🙂
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I love it in colour, but it is incredibly striking in black and white. The clouds are something special. And I do like landscapes in b&w.
Have a great break Paula. Is this your Venice trip?
Here is my landscape for you: http://travelwithintent.com/2015/03/01/black-white-landscape-okavango-delta/
A fine monochrome landscape! Thank you very much Debbie!
If I get rid of my flu first and provided that I don’t pass it on to hubby, we’ll be off on Thursday and return on Sunday.
Even in B&W, the beauty of Corsica shines. Enjoy your break, Paula.
If I manage to get rid of the flu by then, I promise I will 😉 Thanks mate. I will catch up in a few days.
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Here Paula is my entry : http://daffodilhillphotography.com/2015/02/28/black-white-sunday-landscape/
By the way the clouds in your shoot are wonderful. Very Nice!
Loving that moving sky JM. Thank you so much for posting! See you in ten days or so!
Thank you very much and I hope you enjoy your down time.
Beautiful composition. 🙂
A magical place…and as magical is your photo, Paula! Those clouds look like mother nature has worked hard with the painting brush. 🙂 Love the serenity in the photo – fits my Sunday mood.
Here’s a landscape from me: https://esengasvoice.wordpress.com/2015/03/01/black-white-sunday-landscape/
Have a lovely Sunday, my dear! xx
Happy to read your review Ese. You are always observant. Also, I am glad to hear that Sunday brings serenity to you. That mountain lake is captured so perfectly and I am very grateful for your entry. xx
I’m a big fan of black and white landscapes, Paula and this one is beautiful. Have a wonderful Sunday!
Thank you so much, Lisa. It was inspiring to walk on that beach and shoot it. I think it is better in B&W. Have a great Sunday, dear!
Every time I see one of your photos I decide I’m never going to take another photo! This one is magnificent (have I used that superlative before?) – the light, the atmospherics, the composition.
That was not my idea when I took/posted it ;). Meg, you make me laugh 😀
PS The b&w is may favourite by a country mile.
Good choice, Meg!
Very well done, remind me of the song “Morning has broken”… 🙂
Who sings it? Where in Corsica does your friend live?
Not far from Algajola at the northen coast… 🙂
As I know Cat Stevens was the first one who had a hit with it… 🙂
Entre l’Ile Rousee et Calvi – magnifique 🙂
Exactement à mi chemin entre Calvi et I’lle Rousse… 🙂
Il a bien de la chance lui…
D’accord entièrement… 😀
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The clouds look like missiles here! Mesmerizing…
What a great observation, Jesh! Thank you 🙂
here’s my contribution: http://wp.me/p3TKN3-2BS
Italian landscape by the sea. Wonderful! Thank you, Georgia 🙂
Very welcome! Italy by way of landscape has so much to offer!
Strong composition, with the line of the bay leading to those glorious clouds! I might post a B&W landscape or two soon….
Thank you for this raving review, Sue. I really appreciate it 🙂
Job done, then! 😃
Anche per me il fascino del B&W e’ assolutamente ineguagliabile….
Questa foto e’ un non-plus-ultra !
This is just lovely, Paula – the clouds above the dark spit of land.
Thank you, Lightbox3d
Excellent landscape shot. I prefer it in B&W.
It’s my favourite too 🙂
Here’s my entry. I just realized that it’s MArch 1st already, so I have to start working on my next “the changing seasons” post.
(Please remind me by email a week before I’m doing the next guest post in your blog. With all the things going on these days, it’s easy to forget – and I don’t want to forget about it).
Thank you very much CG. I will remind you, don’t worry!
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Perfect clouds for the landscape…
Wow, beautiful in b&w! Well done!
🙂 Super happy to have you like it 🙂
This was an out and out stunner in colour! I loved the limpid shades of sky and shoreline. 🙂 But I agree it’s wonderfully dramatic in black and white.
How are you, Paula? Coping with work and illness?
Thank you, Jo. I appreciate your comment. I am coping and hoping nothing will prevent us from going away on Thursday.
Me too! Get a good night’s sleep 🙂
Color version is beautiful. The photo has such a great contrast that it is very expressive in BW as well.
here is my contribution:
have a nice break.
This is a great entry, Klara. Thank you 🙂
What a way to put it 🙂 I should have you write my captions Hilary 🙂
What a beautiful beach photo, Paula. I love the wispy windswept motion of the clouds! Happy Sunday! 🙂
Have a great week, Linda! See you soon!
Marvelous !!! Whoa !! ❤
🙂 Cheers Andy 🙂
Beautiful selection of image for this theme and the clouds really played it’s part 🙂
Great selection of music as well …
That’s music in Corsican language (a mixture that has parts of Italian and French in it). I am glad you have enjoyed it Sreejith. Thank you.
Beautiful B&W image, Paula. xx
Thanks so much, Sylvia 🙂
How’re you doing, Paula? On track for the holiday? Keeping fingers/toes crossed 🙂
Hi Jo, I am not over my flu yet, and there is weather alarm here, in Slovenia and in Venice too. I guess we’ll be off tomorrow, but it does not look like fun at the moment. Bora which is typical of Northern Adriatic is not fun.
You’re not having much luck! I wish you a safe journey and that you are well enough to enjoy yourself when you’re there. At least it’s a few days break from work. Hugs!
Thank you, Jo. See you soon.
A stunning capture Paula! Hope you are completely recovered and all set for your Venice break. Your photos are going to be a treat, rain or shine…..can’t wait 🙂
Absolutely great composition & landscape work in B&W can be so striking I wonder why more don’t try it. I really love this one Paula!
Thank you very much Mark. It is really wonderful to see you appreciate it.
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An incredibly late entry in your challenge http://artifactsandfictions.com/2015/03/09/nostalgia-for-a-past-that-never-happened/
Maybe a little late, but wonderful. I really appreciate it Suzanne 😀
Thanks Paula. It took me a while to find an image to work with but when I found the right one the creative process flowed along. It was a very interesting challenge I thought.
Just popping in to ask how it went, Paula? Hope you were well enough to enjoy it and are feeling better now. 🙂 Hugs!
Hellooooo Jo. I had a wonderful time in Venice, though I am a bit sicker now than when I left. Seeing a doc in 18 days – I guess I will get better before that time 😀
That sounds like getting an appointment here in the UK!
I certainly hope you are better before then.
Take care, Debbie x
Thank you, Debbie. xx
BEAUTIFUL landscapes in B&W, Paula! Lovely work. Enjoy your break!
Klem, DIna x
Wow those are amazing clouds!
I simply adore your landscapes Paula! They are simply the best captures ever! This one looks stunning in B&W! 😀 ♥
🙂 you flatterer xx
Oh, you deserve it. I’ve always admired your stunning work. 😀 ♥
Another vote for landscape in B&W, this is fabulous Paula!
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