Eye Candy 4


Day 4 of the 5-day black-and-white challenge!  We’re getting near the finish line, folks.

Today, I thought it would be fun to take some of my earlier photos and put them into black-and-white, just to see what happens.

By the way, the photos with date stamps were ones I took before I figured out that I could turn off that feature.  I converted them into black-and-white and added my signature, but couldn’t find a way to remove the date stamp.

Cody is cute no matter whether the photo is in full color or in black-and-white.  And she knows it!

I’m getting much better at this already.  Perhaps some day, I can make some money at it.



Maybe then I could update my kitchen:


I love the way black-and-white makes that kitchen look so much cleaner!

Now, while I’m waiting for my ship to finally come in, I’d like to introduce my next invitee.  I’ve been following Hughes1963, of Grayfeathers Blog, and he posts some stunning photography.  Please join me in inviting Hughes1963 to participate in this 5-day challenge.

To reiterate the rules, participants must post a black-and-white photo each day for 5 consecutive days, and must invite another blogger on each of those 5 days (a different blogger each day, of course).

Hughes1963:  Do you accept the challenge? (Please?)


I love to hear from my readers.  You may comment on this post, comment on my Facebook or Twitter pages, or email me at cordeliasmom2012@yahoo.com or notcordeliasmom@aol.com


Images by Cordelia’s Mom



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12 Responses to Eye Candy 4

  1. Paul says:

    Love the Cody pics.


  2. I love photos in black and white. And it’s smart as the color never fades ruining the picture.
    The white snowy background really shows off Cody’s fuzzy coat – and that expressive face.
    Your name’s style/size/location looks great. ( I need to start doing that)


  3. Marilyn Armstrong says:
  4. yprior1 says:

    nice variety – and the coins were interesting with the blur to try front – and clarity to the back 🙂


  5. adamjasonp says:

    “I love the way black-and-white makes that kitchen look so much cleaner!”
    lol. Yeah, the effects can act like makeup, covering up dirt ’n’ stuff.

    Liked by 1 person

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