Black & White Sunday: Withered

My thought of the day: We live in a fragile ego-system.

 

 

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If you want to join my Black and White Sunday, feel free to grab the widget bellow and post a photo (or several of them) for this or some other theme of your choice. Just make sure it is black & white and link it to this post.

 

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These are this week’s contributions for Black and White Sunday:

 

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Making the Most Of It

Withered by Ese

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41 thoughts on “Black & White Sunday: Withered

  1. Pingback: Making the Most Of it | Travel with Intent

  2. Lovely, Paula. Often the withered phase has a beauty and delicacy that the robust phase lacks. Your shot also has an eeriness about it.

    I’m just back from photographing ribbons of bark and dead blady grass – amongst other things. But b & w is for another day!

    Have a relaxed and unwithered week – and a hug from the southern hemisphere.

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  3. Fragile ego-system…what a brilliant way to put it, Paula! We do, indeed…sometimes tip-toeing, other – just running straight through, unable to stop. I do at least, unfortunately.
    Your photo reveals the beautiful details that are always vital but for one or another reason often unnoticed.
    I enjoyed the music (who is performing?), a lot! Funnily enough, listening to the first chords, I had the feeling “They Don’t Care About Us” was coming… πŸ™‚
    Here’ s what flashed in mind this time: http://esengasvoice.wordpress.com/2014/11/16/black-white-sunday-withered/

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  4. Great choice for the theme! I love how you’ve used B&W tones to create the mood. It’d been a while since I ‘visited’ you Paula:)! Thoroughly enjoyed looking at all the photographs! Hope all is well with you πŸ™‚

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