Ultimate Contrasts

Here we have the ultimate contrasts and I don’t mean black & white. Above stands the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, Texas that stretches across the Trinity River with a view of the big city.

Next stands one of my favorite boardwalks at Coffee Creek Watershed Preserve in Chesterton, Indiana. This is a wonderful place to watch the sunrise and also occasionally see a deer or two.

© Irene Tron. All photos are my own.
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Cee’s Black & White Challenge – Bridges

National Park in B&W

Indiana Dunes National Park in B&W

Landscapes from the Indiana Dunes National Park – four different trails. First, along Dunbar Beach sits one of five homes from the 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago exhibit of the Century of Progress Historic District. Next, a place to rest on the Chellberg Farm. Below that, the perfect place to enjoy a sunrise is from the top of the Dune Ridge trail. Morning reflections stand out along the the Great Marsh trail. Last one is another part on the Chellberg Farm trail exposes the light and shadows of morning light.

CB&W – Fields and Landscapes
Tree Squares

Nature’s Geometry

Nature’s Geometry

Went out in search of lines, angles, and curves in nature to give them a try in black & white. All of these photos were captured on the same day at Chicago’s Garfield Conservatory.

Cee’s Black & White Challenge – Any Kind of Geometrical Shape

Class All its Own

Macro Monday

Black & White Photography – A Class All its Own

Don’t do black & white photography much but I sure enjoy it when I do play around with it. I find this type of photography difficult because of the nuances of refinement and classiness that seem to pop out of an image that is captured well. I am working on that and I don’t give up easily. Alway up for a challenge, I am.

Cee’s Black & White Challenge – Flowers
Ragtag Daily Prompt – Nuance