Category: Black & White Sunday Tagged: Black & White Sunday, photography, tools
Wonderful. Where did you take it?
In Italy, near Verona 🙂
Paula, your entries are so full of poetry. With even the tiniest thing, the most ordinary tool, that special something around the corner, that little twist that caught your eye. Love it, every time!
You are sweet Juls. Bisous
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Not sweet, telling the truth! Ah!
What a photo. And what a narrative behind the photo implied in both door and tools. I love the peacefulness of b&w.
Thank you, Meg dear. Have a happy Sunday!
The magic of white and black pictures is amazing.Horses need a master trainer.Regards.
Thank you, Jalal. I like horses running wild 😉
What a find, was the rest of the place as interesting as this door?
I couldn’t go pass that door, but the whole property was interesting and comfy. You saw a photo of a watch tower taken there before 🙂 Thanks a lot Lisa. It is a joy to see you here.
It’s always a pleasure to visit with you, Paula. 🙂
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What an interesting photo and a very fun challenge. Here’s my contribution http://artifactsandfictions.com/2015/04/26/old-timer/
A fine entry my dear 🙂
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That’s quite display of tools, Paula. Is it a working farrier, or just a display?
I’m still in Istanbul, so it had to be something turkish for this week’s challenge: http://travelwithintent.com/2015/04/26/tea-tray-seller-istanbul/
Now it is just decorative 🙂 Thanks, Debbie.
Excellent shot, the contrast between the tools and the texture of the door look great in black and white. I like this kind of pictures where the photographer has found an interesting detail shares it with the audience.
I appreciate it Jussi. Do you have something to post today?
I thought that I had not, but after stretching the theme a bit I came up with something: http://jlaasonen.me/2015/04/26/black-white-sunday-tools
This is terrific, Jussi. I love it. Thank you 🙂
what a funny door. someone must be very lucky on the other side of it.
my favorite tool:
I need a horseshoe for my office :). Thank you for your entry, Klara. I LOVE it 😀
Your posts are always so “tasty”!
🙂 ciao Anna!
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Great find Paula! Yet another example of why one must have a camera at hand at all times!!
🙂 Thanks, Tina.
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Hola Paula, las herramientas de tu foto se ven espectaculares.
De nuevo intento participar en tu reto:
Lovely photo. I do love seeing horseshoes up on buildings.
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I decided to try a unique approach: posting the Sunday Black and White Challenge on … (gasp) Sunday! Revolutionary concept!
I love your wall of old tools. We have a lot of old tools around, but nowhere convenient for photography. I was thinking that everything we use to make or prepare something else, from a teapot to a piano, is a tool. I never thought about it before.
I love the one with the door!
That’s mine 😀
“In fair Verona, where we lay our scene…”
With ancient horseshoes and hints of duty…
Where hanging tools lie – all shiny and clean!
I was looking for the horse, but Yvette has ‘hit the nail on the head’ with her quote. 🙂
Happy days, Paula!
The photo in black and white of these tools makes me think of days gone by when people made their living from shoeing horses. Nice one Paula.
I need to buy a horse shoe for my office door 🙂 It is good luck.
I remember being told it has to hang the right way up
True 🙂 Now the question is where I will find one to buy :O
Ancient tools, looks like they could be in a museum. Nice B&W shot Paula. I didn’t have time to join on Sunday because of the moving. There’s still a lot to be done before I can relax, but it’s starting to look better there now.
I knew you would be busy and that’s why I did not visit. I am relieved to hear that things are looking up now, Max.
Thanks Paula. I’ll email you next week and send some photos of the place.
I was counting on that 😀
A little late for Sunday’s challenge… I didn’t have this in B&W, but it’s B&W by nature.
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A door of well-used tools, no longer needed for their original purpose, but still loved and remembered. Lovely, Paula.
They are using it now to make it nicer for the tourists that stay on their “azienda”
Cool black and white shots in the background cool music goes 🙂
Ah, that’s Croatian music. The first photo is mine, the others are from my contributors 🙂
I understand Croatian music is really cool
Croatian music is interesting
All excellent entries.
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