The thoughts of me and my dog who used to be Harvey, but is now George, who is Harvey's great-great-great-great-nephew.
Very nice :-)
When I had film camera I avoided B/W. Now with only a digital, I wish I had B/W. Never satisfied are we? No, I am a color person, but I love to shot "monochromatic shots like all green, brown, using apertures to distinguish between colors. Got to get back to some these techniques. Going to a workshop in July which is supposed to translate film techniques to digital techniques.Bet you enjoyed your retreat.
Very "speaking" photo. Nice in monochrome.
Looks like an Irish scene.
Nice composition, the subject works well in monochrome.
That is a very beautiful and emotional shot to me.
That's a very dramatic B & W photo, Liz. I don't think it would be as dramatic in colour, very nice.
A picture can say more than 1000 words, and so did this :-)
An image that needs no words, so evocative.
An emotion filled shot!
A great shot in B&W.
More than words can say . . . very telling
This is one of those perfect examples of no words needed .. the shot is eloquent
This has a very calm, and yet sad feel to it...very good image.
What a dreary looking Cross.This one looks MUCH better ;-)http://home.egge.net/~savory//stus_blog_pix/welch.jpeg
Very nice shot.
That image shows more (just a thought)
Wonderful photo, Liz! It tells a story.
Very moody, and (as Daryl says) eloquent.
A simple picture, but evocative and beautiful in monochrome!
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