World of Fences

World of Fences


“The wide world is all about you.
You can fence yourselves in,
but you cannot forever fence it out.”

J.R.R. Tolkien


© Irene Tron. All photos are my own.
No usage allowed in any form without my written consent.

Cee’s Black & White Challenge – Fences and Gates

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.
No usage allowed in any form without my written consent.

Cee’s Black & White Challenge – Bridges

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