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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39 thoughts on “Black & White Sunday: Playtime

  1. Je trouve tes petits chiens très émouvants !
    Tu as réussi à créer une scène intime, comme quand on est enfant et que l’on est entièrement concentré sur le jeu.
    La musique douce renforce cette ambiance.

    Ma photo n’est pas strictement en noir et blanc parce que j’ai ajouté une touche sépia, c’est mon frère et son fils (à qui appartient l’ours en peluche) :
    http://mooonalilaphoto.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/photo-du-jour-pere-et-fils/

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  2. 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.

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    • 😆 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 😀

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      • 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 You can always post-process some of your previously unpublished stuff, but if you don’t want to then the winter can always be a great way to test your creativity.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.

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  4. 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 🙂

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    • 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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