One Word Sunday: Contrast

What kind of contrast to choose? I wanted to use recent images, not trawl the archive –  so here are two.

First, the contrast between a venerable old church and some ugly, new brash graffiti:

….and now for the contrast between light and dark when sunlight caught some scaffolding in a derelict building:

Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

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19 comments

  1. I like the image of the girl though

  2. Oh! Amanda has the theme ‘contrasts’ for her Friendly Friday Photo Challenge too. I thought this post is for that challenge. I like the first photo.

  3. The top shot really sums up some parts of London. History in the midst of changing culture.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Great choices Sue. The scaffolding worked well – I gave up trying to get focus through the wire!

    • Sue

      Even my 45mm lens is quite diminutive, and I could get close to the wire, then f1.8 and voila, we see no wire! But it’s not an interesting image, even though it makes a point re contrast!!

  5. Two choices perfect for the challenge, Sue.

    janet

  6. Amy

    So well captured, Sue. Perfect example for contrast.

  7. Oh wow, Sue I love the first photo, it is definitely filled with contrast!

  8. You’ve a great eye Sue. Super photos

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