5 Day Black & White Photo Challenge – Street

For my Day 3 of the Five Day Black and White Photograph Challenge where for 5 days you share a monochrome photograph, I’m posting an image of doors seen somewhere in Shoreditch, London.

....but is it art?

….but is it art?


And today, I would like to nominate Adrian of Cornwall Photographic to take up this Five Day Black and White Photograph Challenge…. I love his landscapes, and would be interested to see some monochrome images from him. Remember, no pressure, you do not need to take up the challenge!



  1. Wonderful door – and for a moment I thought it was ingrid Bergman on the left…

  2. What a fantastic catch …. Sue,

  3. Is it Art? I reckon if you removed the door, it would win the Turner Prize!
    Great shot Sue, multi-layered street art at its best.
    Regards from Norfolk. Pete.

  4. It looks absolutely fabulous in B&W, Sue. Well done. I think this door is very artistic, love it.
    Happy Valentine,
    Dina & Co x

  5. I love the textures and tonal range in this image Sue. Lots to hold your interest.
    Thank you for the challenge. I will see what I can do.. 🙂

  6. Multi-layered art indeed and works very well processed this way. You got some great stuff from Shoreditch!

  7. Your photo is art! (I’m one of the other four nominees by Ben…)

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  9. Wow what a find Sue! Gorgeous!

  10. I can imagine that it’s colorful, but the b/w adds drama and depth. Love it.

  11. Great image Sue, superbly presented. Sorry for not following up on your nomination for this challenge – I am struggling to keep up with everything at the moment.

  12. Beautiful! I really like being able to see the layers/marks of…history there! 🙂

  13. incredible image Sue!!! I love the monochrome as well!!

  14. This photo is wonderful art! I love looking at all the little details here!

  15. nice challenge, I’ve tried to follow, invited by Allan Smorra.

    • Excellent, Frizz, look forward to seeing what you come up with. I discovered WordPress had unfollowed me from your site, thought I hadn’t seen any posts from you in the Reader recently…..

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