Black & White Sunday: Landmark

It’s been a while since I challenged you to post a photo (or several photos) in monochrome. Today I am posting a photo with sepia edit to evoke times past, cause I thought it most suitable for a treasured landmark such as Zagreb Cathedral. You are free to do any sort of edit you wish – even selective colouring, or hints or colour as long as monochrome is predominant (it does not have to be an edit at all, it can also be a photo taken as plain black&white – as usual the choice is yours).

This is my entry for my challenge. I would appreciate your kind contributions for this Sunday. Be well and have a good rest!




Things are back to normal blogwise. You can consult the Scheduled challenges page here to see about forthcoming events. I am waiting for bloggers interested in guest hosting a photo challenge (either in colour or black and white) to send me their ideas. You can always contact me here on blog or via email – the details are in the right next to copyright notice.




Please, click on the titles bellow to see the entries to this challenge:

Landmark by DM

Mallee Flower by Meg

Umhlanga Rocks’ Lighthouse by Sylvia

Landmark by Sonya

Mont Saint Michel by Klara

Delta Block by Allan

Blue Mosque by Debbie

Historic Farmville by Yvette

Wenlock Priory by Tish

Kennedy Space Centre

57 Comments on “Black & White Sunday: Landmark

    • Hello Meg 🙂 The repair work will take a while still. Thank you dear for your support and care through this entire period.


  1. Hi Paula ,have a wonderful joyous season.We pray the truth will triumph.In Paris and in San Bernardino./California .its only 20 mile from where we live.


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    • I am always impressed with your education background Hillary. This is a Neo-gothic cathedral but still a gem, and we are very proud of it.


    • Thank you again, Klara. What a cool perspective to shoot Mont Saint Michel. I’ve never been there, but it is still on my list.


  5. With the vignette, and sepia toning it definitely looks quite old. The tone itself even reminds me of the calotypes from the late 1800’s.

    I’ve very recently prepared a duotone that might be good for this challenge, so I’m going for it. I’ll let you know when it’s posted.


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  10. Un petit tour du monde en deux minutes…
    Plus une chanson “rétro” qui rappelle Jean Sablon, ou Maurice Chevalier. Je dirais, les années 30? 32, 33?
    Extraordinaire comme, au-delà de la langue, déjà, il y a presque 100 ans les mêmes musiques traversaient les frontières.


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    • This is exquisite Tish. I will have to revisit the post to check out related articles that tickled my imagination. Hope your week is going well. I am fine, but busy at work and with my therapy, so I don’t visit blogs as much as I’d like to. Hope you understand.

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