Saturday, June 25, 2011

Sunday Stills: Black and White, or Sepia

So I took the camera along on Indy's morning walk, wondering what subject would suit this week's challenge. I got as far as the driveway where I saw this:

It is actually a color photo of shadows on our white car with black trim.

Near the end of our morning jaunt I stopped to take a couple of snaps of the following picket fence from two angles:



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10 comments:

chloephotography said...

i like the play with shadows, nice one :)

dibear said...

Loved the shadow shots. :)

Just Ramblin' said...

The sepia is really nice...the feeling it projects is cool. Great photos. : )

Shirley said...

I like the shadows, and the sepia shot has a nice softness.

VioletSky said...

the white picket fence is a good choice, it evokes a black and white era.

Ann said...

late crops, just when you have a bumper crop. You can buy them cheaper in the shops. Now now, I rather sit on my computer and let my garden grow wild.

This morning was so cold, the whole of New Zealand is around zero degree. Not good for a cold.

Judy Johnson said...

The sepia seems to catch something the black and white doesn't. Nice job on all of them!

aurora said...

Love the fence shots, great subject for this challenge. There is something so nostalgic about fences.

Brenda said...

It's amazing what you can find when you take the time to look around. Love the shots!

gtyyup said...

You found morning shadows as intriguing as I did! The fence is a really nice background.