B&W Retrospective – 2014

This year has a Black & White Retrospective too. If you have missed the colour one go here. This one has a more exciting score I think. Happy New YearΒ Everybody!

 

 

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59 thoughts on “B&W Retrospective – 2014

  1. Fabulous…every single one of them (and music, of course…sounds so much like “Beethoven’s 5 Secrets”…love it)!
    I have really enjoyed to look at the world in B&W through your challenge, Paula, and to learn how many details appear when colours are “out of the way”. Thank you very much for hosting Black&White Sunday – I am looking forward the wonderful&original new ideas and inspiration also next year.
    Happy New 2015!

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    • Thank you dear Ese πŸ™‚ It is a mix of Beethoven’s 5 Secrets by Piano Guys πŸ™‚ I am very grateful for all your entries this year, and I look forward to seeing more next year. I would love you to host one of my B&W Sundays as a guest blogger. There are already a bunch of guest challenges scheduled – when you have time you can check out “scheduled challenges” page. I am very interested to know what photographic theme you would chose. Have a great year ahead, Ese!!

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      • My pleasure! πŸ™‚ Yes, it is such a wonderful mix and I would say – fits the moment very well! But then….you have always been spot on with choosing the music to go with your photos… πŸ˜‰
        I would be honoured, Paula, and it would be fun, too. I will have a look at “scheduled challenges” and…yes, will definitely see you next year!

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  2. I also like all of them and both of your color and b&w recollections. I also see that you live in a wonderful place. I don’t know where, but it seems beautiful. You made a wonderful selection.

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  3. I really enjoy your B&W images, Paula. The dying candle is so fitting for the last day of the year, and I enjoyed listening to ‘The Piano Guys’. Happy New Year to you. May it be everything that you wish for. *hugs* xx

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    • Thank you, precious πŸ™‚ That candle pic is my favourite πŸ™‚ Sending more love and happiness your way with a wish to continue this blogging friendship with you in 2015.

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  4. so much beauty in B&W from you in 2014! Thank you for the kind reminder and soooo much fun for you and your loved ones, so much love and happiness and joy and aventures for 2015! Enjoy it all! Big hugs from Paris, Paula! (I really really love that shot of Notre Dame, by the way!)

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  5. What a superb collection, Paula! It has drama and atmosphere and I so love the music. πŸ™‚ I checked early on and you hadn’t posted but here you are in all your glory! I think my favourite is Notre Dame but it’s not an easy choice. πŸ™‚
    I’ve been out all day (down the coast at Whitby) and am back to cosy up for the evening. (watching Fantastic Mr. Fox currently πŸ™‚ ) Do you have a plan or are you simply curling up exhausted? Whichever it is, I wish you a lovely evening and much joy in 2015. Bring on the fireworks! πŸ™‚

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    • πŸ™‚ Thank you for the raving review Jo. I am looking forward to a quiet night at home which is our favourite way to welcome New Year. Whenever I can I avoid going out on this date – something inherited from my father. I will light a few spranklers and think of you. πŸ™‚ Enjoy your Christmas Eve, Jo. xx

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    • Hi there Debbie, you can see retrospective of B&W Sunday, participants links on the menu too πŸ™‚ There are quite a few of yours superb photos there. Reminder – as of midnight Cardinal is hosting B&W Sunday here with the theme – architecture πŸ˜€

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