Black & White Sunday: Playtime


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You can grab my Black & White Sunday widget and join me. Show me your B&W photos regardless of the theme.

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46 thoughts on “Black & White Sunday: Playtime

  1. Composition qui renvoie à de lointains souvenirs. Monde d’insouciance encore vierge au sein duquel l’enfant grandi et l’adulte se réfugie…
    Belle journée Paula, amitié.

    • :) Es-tu un poete professionel, Patrick? Tes commentaires sont toujours inspires et je te remercie de tout mon coeur. Belle journee a toi :)

    • :lol: yes, and I have posted this same shot in colours as I showed in the related articles bellow ;). I am running out of material. Winter is not my time. I am affraid the only pics I am going to take for the next couple of months will be indoors :D

      • I’m pretty sure that you probably have a lot of great stuff in your catalogue already. You can always post-process some of your previously unpublished stuff, but if you don’t want to then the winter can always be a great way to test your creativity. I find that it’s difficult to be creative and come up with new stuff indoors. It’s can be a great way of learning new techniques and/or a new way to conceptualise your visions.

        • I have some subjects to shoot that can keep me busy for a few weekends – like 6 new porcelain dolls :D Thank you Max. Kyss

  2. As the photo slid up my screen I thought it was Sooty and Sweep, Paula. Remember my age! :)
    Love the track, and almost anything else by Simon and Garfunkel too. I will await your not very good quality shots of Croatia tomorrow. My comment the other day was not a criticism. I know the whole world processes and that’s fine. Have fun this evening :)

    • Don’t worry about voicing your opinion Jo ;) See you soon. I know I have a lot of catching up to do, but last week took a toll on me. ttfn

    • Hello Stephen :) Thank you for sharing your gallery with me. I dont have flickr account so I can’t comment there but I like what I see. There is a photo I love above all others – Hyde Street Pier. The b&w there gave it a timeless vintage quality – colours I guess would have never worked. You could do b&w more often. I have neglected your blog a bit (not just yours -its because of insane work hours I am having for the past two weeks), but I will come over as soon as I can.

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