Seven Day B&W Photo Challenge

I have been invited by Ann Christine (Leya) to participate in the 7 day B&W photo challenge.

The Rules are:

• Seven days.

• Seven black and white photos of your life.

• No people

.
• No explanation

.
• Challenge someone new each day

I shan’t be challenging specific people, but leave an open invitation to anyone who wishes to participate….

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30 comments

  1. Is it that road? That light pouring in is amazing – I wouldn’t have thought b&w would show the light so beautifully

    • Sue

      It’s my one of my favourite driving roads – the Stilfserjoch AKA the Stelvio Pass. As for monochrome and light, if you tweak the colour channels, you can actually get more from mono than colour. But I didn’t have to work too hard for this as SilverEfex is easy to work with. Happy Wednesday hug s, Meg

  2. Oh, nice! And almost Wordless Wednesday. 🙂 🙂 Found the most perfect house of dilapidation for you yesterday, Sue. You’d have been there hours.
    Not posting yet. Still enjoying life 🙂

  3. A majestic landscape indeed. It’s all in there, Sue!
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • Sue

      Thanks, Pete….that’s ticked off ‘road’ for my seven days, I’ve still to think of the last three, but I have dereliction, books and beauty in decay planned!

  4. Sue

    Thank you, Mary! good to see you!

  5. Great drama in the sky which is so apt when you look at the dramatic twists and turns of the road. I bet you were pleased to capture this, Sue.

  6. Your favourite road? Looks spectacular.

  7. Ahh this is wonderful Sue. My daughter and her partner motorbiked there a few years ago.

  8. Robyn G

    What a stunning view Sue. Gorgeous capture!

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