It was nice to go back through some old shots for this week’s challenge – open topic.
Thanks for the challenge, Cee!
What great timing for this theme! My husband and I just got back from a road trip to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone NP. In the U.S. we are celebrating the 100 year anniversary of a forward thinking decision to conserve these natural spaces for all to respect and enjoy. Every time I visit one of our National Parks I am awed by what I see.
Go! Plan a visit. Just please remember these are natural spaces with all the inherent dangers. Read the signs. Respect the wildlife. Follow the rules. Above all, don’t be a statistic.
Thanks to Cee for another wonderful installment of her black and white photo challenge. If you would like to participate, click here.
These are my submissions to Cee’s B&W challenge this week: isolated subjects.
To take part in this challenge or to see some fantastic photos, click here.
During a break in the rain, I was able to get out and take some photos of historic downtown Albany, Oregon. I don’t know if I like the looking-up shots, but the details on the tops of the buildings are very nice in person. I tried to capture that. I don’t know how successful I was.
I found it very hard to take architectural photos without getting a lot of peripheral garbage like power lines and signage. Any pointers?
Inspired by Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge (I already entered a slew of pictures.)