Black & White Sunday: Expression

Hello everybody!

Today you are asked to post a photo of an expression. We can talk about human expressions (emotional), or behavioural expressions in animal (those can be hilarious), or any kind of expression that comes to your mind. What you can see below is a part of the sculpture by the most famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Meštrović that I showcased before here.



If you want to participate in Black & White Sunday photo challenge, make sure to:

  • make a photo post in black and white before next Sunday 6 November

  • link it to this challenge post and tag it   #blackandwhitesunday

  • leave me your links in the comment section bellow.

Please, check out the entries for this challenge. There are some wonderful contributions:

39 Comments on “Black & White Sunday: Expression

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    • No, not of happy thoughts, but I find sad faces more expressive than ones of joy. Thank you, Debbie, for going into so much trouble to find the perfect shot 🙂


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    • Thanks, Hilary. I find it a masterpiece. I had to go back for another shot of the central figure with a faster and longer lens. It took time to blend out the background that was meddling.

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