Category: B&W, Black & White Sunday, Photography, Poland Tagged: black & white photography, Black & White Sunday, Czorsztyn, landscape
Lovely shot Paula 🙂
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Thank you, Arlene.
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I think your landscape has everything it should have. Beautiful. https://irenewaters19.com/2016/11/27/pancake-rocks-black-and-white-sunday/
Your photo reminds me of an old black & white postcard I have from the small town in Poland(Galicia) my husband’s family is from. (Niebylec) Amazing the similarity though the postcard is from the 1930’s! Beautiful countryside.
It’s beautiful and I have to say not too many old castles hanging over lakes here. 🙂
So inspiring… 🙂
With its layered textures and composition , we can call it the “perfect landscape”!
Hurrah! My favourite subject indeed even, and especially in B & W. Your Polish scene does indeed give us everything. I love the way the light catches that curving glimpse of the path through the trees, and v. dramatic overarching sky. And I’m enjoying this music track. Wishing you a less busy Sunday 🙂
🙂 Thank you, Tish. It is lovely to read your comment 🙂 I dare hoping for another beautiful entry from you, but no pressure.
No pressure, she says 🙂 I think the shot I have in mind might be more brooding than beautiful…
I remember it well, Paula 🙂 Hoping your Sunday has some peaceful moments. I love the sound of a cello.
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Here are my landscapes, Paula: http://wp.me/pKVAM-25q
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Indeed your photo has everything! Thanks for your black and white Sundays Paula, I’m really enjoying seeing what works and what doesn’t. https://lucidgypsy.com/2016/11/27/aphrodisias-seeking-the-goddess/
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I’m not really a landscape photographer and have only recently begun to experiment in this field. Usually I focus on the details. But I think this view might have worked in B&W. See what you think: https://smallbluegreenwords.wordpress.com/2016/11/27/black-and-white-sunday-a-view-fit-for-a-queen/
Enjoy the rest of your Sunday Paula, hope you managed to relax some.
Ha, I went to see your post before reading this. Why did I think that all of you were landscape photographers. This entry may easily contradict you. I had fun taking photos for the weekly challenge that I will post tomorrow, so yes, I managed to have some relax time this weekend. Thank you, Jude 🙂
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Very nice, Paula, and effective in black and white.
That cloudy sky is magnificent! Another great challenge 🙂
🙂 I am very glad that you like the theme, Marilyn and my photo. Cheers!
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This works well in B&W. I’ll check around at home if I have any decent photos lying around.
OK, I’ll link to your CSs today.
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here’s mine this week Paula- hope you have a good week https://dailymusing57.com/2016/11/28/black-white-sunday-landscape/
this is an amazing photo
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Like the dramatic sky in contrast to the peaceful landscape.
Thank you very much 🙂
A lovely landscape in B&W. The music really adds to the magic. xx
Thank you, Sylvia. Of all the scores that I have posted lately, I still like the music in Thursday’s Special – Calm best. I hope that your health has improved. xx
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Like Jude and others, I am not a landscape photographer, but thes are OK…but not well converted to monochrome: https://suejudd.com/2016/11/30/black-white-sunday-landscape/
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