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Tag Archives: black and white
Sometimes no color at all is good: And sometimes a place to hide is nice (PEEKABOO!): Thanks heavens for old buildings. (Now I should be able to start my little break, but then again, who knows? It’s so hard to … Continue reading
Gotta head out for a medical appointment, no time to write. The folks over on Flickr.com and YouPic.com seem to like these, so I decided to share: Repeat. Reverse. Repeat. Again. Door No. 1 or Door No. 2? … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading