Next stop, Sonel’s Corner and a new challenge – for me. Black and White photos. I think B&W is tricky. Some things work with it and some don’t. I’m going to take a shot at it and see where it leads me. Worst that could happen, people will not agree with my choices. Best that could happen, I might learn something. (And THAT’S a good thing!).
I hope Sonel doesn’t mind me joining in. She seems really nice, so I’m thinking she will welcome me with open arms. OK maybe not open arms, but I don’t think she’ll shut the proverbial door in my face.
Please feel free to comment and help (be kind!)
The bumpy texture of an alleyway in Old Town Alexandria, VA
A ripply walk on Brigantine Beach, NJ
Prickly cactus and rough shells on my kitchen table
Shells resting on the seat of our deck chairs
More white than black, but it’s there. Take a guess…
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Eureka! A reason to exhibit two of my favorite photos.
The first was taken in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia. My husband asked what I wanted for my birthday last year, and without hesitation, I said I’d love a few days in Washington, D.C. Him being the history buff he is, and me being a hound for road trips, off we went. We spent one day in D.C., which is never enough, but, you know what they say, “Don’t look a gift horse…”
And one day in Alexandria. The shops are eclectic, and the views from around the Potomac are electric.
This shot was taken after feverishly searching for and finding a parking space. Not an easy feat, but there’s a reason for everything, because I clicked this off just minutes after getting out of the car. I LOVE this shot.
And this one, my son took of himself on our deck. I don’t know if it’s a mother’s love, or what, but this one blows me away.
Sometimes I guess I do things for my own visual pleasure. But I hope you enjoyed them a little as well.
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