Category: B&W, B&W, Black & White Sunday, Close-up/Macro, Photography Tagged: black & white photography, Black & White Sunday, challenge, unusual
incroyable c’est quoi ?
Un nenuphar 😆
That is certainly an unusual view. The tiny dash of colour is just perfect. I love it Paula
I am so glad you do, Debbie.
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Something of this world that very much looks out of this world. Nice selection, Paula.
Cheers Draco. Is there something unusual you would like to offer for this challenge?
Ok, Photo 1 in https://lignumdraco.wordpress.com/2014/03/10/in-the-arms-of-the-angel/
Hi Paula, that is definitely unusual. Is it a poppy seed pod? I’ve been off line for a while due to a major computer melt down. I’m back now with a new computer and new photos. Here’s my contribution to this week’s challenge https://bopaula.wordpress.com/2015/04/19/black-white-sunday-unusual/
That’s a cool entry, Suzanne.
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so interesting! I would not have guessed it is a lily!
I bet! 🙂
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Unusual use of selective colours from you: the red dots really stand out and it’s a lovely image.
Here’s my unusual encounter with two snake charmers in Jaipur: https://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/2015/04/19/snake-charmers-in-jaipur/
And here’s one in my other blog too. Ice that looks like a fish head.
Thank you for both entries, CG. I love both: your fish face and the snake 😀
Believe it or not, but the snake was actually easier to handle.
Of course! It is warm and supple, but I would never touch it!
More than unusual and more than well captured!
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That is surely unusual and exquisite. Your photos are beautiful as always.
Bom dia.. e tenha um bom domingo.
This is a very amazing shot, Paula. Happy Sunday.
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Beautiful shot and treatment Paula! Love the multi-eyed ‘monster’! 🙂
I might have an ‘unusual’ entry for you, not sure if it is B&W enough though: theurgetowander.com/zebra-with-spots/
Wow. That’s really something, Madhu. You’ve made me smile. Thank you 🙂
😀 a nice name for my lily pod 😆
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beautiful. color dots are nice touch.
here is my unusual:
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Here are my B & Ws, Paula. More shots of the Ironbridge cooling towers among other things http://wp.me/pKVAM-1gU
My favourite towers from your part of the world Tish :). Thank you my dear. I appreciate that you included a photo from a while back too 🙂
Wonderful choice, Paula the little red spots make me think of eyes. 🙂
I also like the color and little circle – truly unusual –
Many thanks Yvette 🙂
Definitely an unusual plant! 🙂
You can meet all sort of species in our botanical garden, and some out of this world 😉
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Great use of spot color. I need to work on my technique.
Hope Monday isn’t too late to be a Sunday participant 🙂 http://teepee12.com/2015/04/20/unusual-rainy-day-at-the-junkyard/
Thank you again, Marilyn. What a fine entry from you!
Ola Nuno, faz tempo que viste aqui 😀
Muita coisa para fazer, pouco tempo para visitar outros blogues. 😦
Eu sei 😦 Bjs
hi.. here is my black and white sunday.. https://jeffreypaulbeauty.wordpress.com/2015/04/22/unusual/
Hi Jeff. Most people publish it the same day I post my challenge post, some do it the next day. You have time until next Saturday, but I prefer early submissions 😀
ok great.. at least I’m before the deadline. thank you… i know we can also see the topic early too.
🙂 Thank you, Jeff
ohhh are these due on sunday or the next sunday after the announcement of the topic..
meaning unusual is due this sunday or past sunday?
My first thought was it looked like a megaphone ready to broadcast and perhaps in a way that is right. 🙂 gorgeous image Paula.
😀 thanks, Sue. You are free to interpret it as you like 🙂
The all-seeing wonderful eye pod!
😀 Eye pod 🙂 Thank God it is not an Ipod 😀
It is! And I love it, because you won’t let me ‘like’ it 🙂
Ah, nice, saw them lots in Mekong delta, looks like showerheads to me 😉
Some guy told me they ate these as well!
I wonder what they taste like. It’s amazing that you thought of showerheads, Ron. That was my first association too 🙂
Smiling! 🙂 🙂
I had to come and look!
Thank you, Gilly.
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