Black & White Sunday: City

 

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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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It is the last day of November today and I have an early Christmas gift for all those interested in taking part in B&W Sunday and Thursday’s Special and following the theme. You are of course aware that theme is optional (you can go with your own theme ALWAYS).

Since both Christmas and the New Year fall on a Thursday, we’ll skip these two dates. Here is the schedule of posts with the corresponding themes for this December: 

2014/12/4  –   Young (Thursday’s Special)

2014/12/7  –    Panorama (Black &White Sunday)

2014/12/11 –   Imperfection (Thursday’s Special)

2014/12/14 –  Flow (Black & White Sunday)

2014/12/18 –  Sunset (Thursday’s Special)

2014/12/21 –  Night (Black & White Sunday)

2014/12/28 – Wish (Black & White Sunday)

 

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61 thoughts on “Black & White Sunday: City

  1. I love the absolute sharpness of this image, and the way the lines converge on the clock tower. You always know just what perspective will work best. The balance is perfect – and so is the sky. I think I’m a bit of a sky tragic.

    On the subject of your outline for December: How can you possibly be this organised? Do you give lessons? I’m still trying to catch up with the last two weeks!

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    • 🙂 the pic was taken from the London Eye in the rain. The cabin had rain on it, but I found a clear patch.of glass when I squatted ;). I needed to schedule themes to decrease stress in my life. I still have to work on a few shots. Thank you, Meg for everything.

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  2. Great shot of a drab looking London, Paula.

    You’re staying open over Christmas? I’m already in a mild state of distress and running out of time. 🙂 Interesting to see your theme list though.

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    • Thank you, Sue. I wish we had had more time to see it, but I chose an organised tour cause of Stonehenge, Oxford and Blenheim, and we skipped Hampton Court to enjoy London by ourselves for a day without guide. Still, densely packed tours make memories more condensed too 🙂

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    • Dear Ese, it had to be winter to find this stillness in Florence 🙂 I am touched that you had chosen it for this Sunday. I was there only this October. Have a great week my dear!

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    • Dear Colline, I am so happy to see you. I don’t know what happened to your message that you left yesterday, but I did not get any notification. Recently I have introduced “comments approval” feature to avoid missing messages :S. This is a fun and creative entry, and I love it 🙂 Thank you so much – it looks pretty cool in b&w!

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    • Wonderful, it looks really advanced to be teaching them on skeleton at such an early age 🙂 I am impressed with their reconstruction Colline. This has made me smile. Thank you! I hope you will be free for a few weeks over holidays. I will be busy (un)fortunately … I should be happy to still have my job, so I shouldn’t complain. I have had some pains/spasms in my right hand lately (cause of computer) and have tried not to use it at home or very little. I am afraid it could get worse and cost me any job. (I am telling you all this to explain my time off sometimes, or scarce visits).

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