>>>Saturday B&W Thread - 5/4/2013>>>
Hi Deepak Kaw,
My favorite of the three photos you've provided is the third. You've captured lots of little details often missed in these everyday items. Cool shot of the "ordinary". Thanks for sharing.
Adorable image, Byron.. excellent composition, lovely young lady and pretty cat sharing an intimate and serene moment together.. perfectly captured feel of coziness - sorry to hear about the separation two friends had experienced.. I'm sure your daughter is valuing this image dearly ..
Thank you for sharing,
Great B&W! This is a very cool shot with nice shadow play. It reminds me of one of those conversation pieces seen in my Granddad's garage when I was a young'un. Thanks for posting this! While I'm at it... nice title as well.
That's what my tools look like when my Wife's finished with them
Lovely image, Dez.. great composition and detail, impressive tonal range and perfect verticals.. well captured and processed, thank you for sharing ..
All the best,
Great B&W shot! Very nice find and you've rendered it so well!
Love this image, Byron! I'm sure your daughter (and perhaps hers one day) will cherish this one! Just beautiful! Makes me think I should leave the bugs and spiders alone and focus on my children more.
Thank you for sharing!
Great shot of an iconic symbol! I hope to visit your great city one day! Nice capture indeed!
BYRON MCD 77-81 wrote:
Bruno mentioned the existence of heavy guns there.
There are some preserved guns at one of the three forts, but not this one. If there had been, you probably would have seen them.
Impressive set, Siggi.. well composed images of a disaster, wonder what has coursed this damage, probably a storm - good documentary work, B&W rendition is amplifying presented drama.. thank you for sharing ..
|_MG_5100 by tim and jan|
from Welcome to the Saloon!
|The Grimm 11 year old by Ryan Gardner|
from Trick or Treat
|Heron with fish by APenza|
from A Big Year - birds