B&W Sunday: Rhapsody in Black & White

 

Defined primarily as an instrumental composition irregular in form and suggestive of improvisation, then as an ecstatic expression of feeling or enthusiasm or an unusually intense or irregular poem/ piece of prose, rhapsody is also archaically known as a miscellaneous collection; jumble. 

The track I enclosed here is not a rhapsody, but this plantation of tulips reminds me of one.

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Maybe this broad definition of the word will help you come up with  a response for today’s challenge. If that is the case, link to this challenge post and leave the links to your posts bellow. Wishing you all a happy Sunday, I’d like to note that the next B&W Sunday challenge will be on 8th May.

I’m on a blog break from 27th April to 4th May.

 

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Please check out the entries for this challenge:

https://ameditativejourney.wordpress.com/2016/04/24/bw-sunday-rhapsody-in-black-white

https://tishfarrell.com/2016/04/24/winters-afternoon-a-shropshire-rhapsody

https://suejudd.com/2016/04/24/black-white-sundayrhapsody/

https://folcke.wordpress.com/2016/04/24/bw-sunday-adobe-rhapsody

https://sonyavdg.wordpress.com/2016/04/28/black-and-white-sunday-rhapsody-in-black-and-white

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52 thoughts on “B&W Sunday: Rhapsody in Black & White

  1. The music is awesome! Happened to have headphones on and it has a great beat and feels like a story – oh and the flowers in b/w are striking – happy Sunday P 💕❤️

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  3. Exquisite, Paula! I love the sheen on that ‘lead’ tulip. 🙂 I have some splendid tulip soldiers just beginning to acquire their hue in our English garden and the white Amelanchier flowers against rust coloured leaves might well convert to a rhapsody in black and white. With your skill I know they could. 🙂
    Enjoy your break, hon. I know the stresses are enormous, and can only wish it otherwise for you.

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  4. Oh, the intricacies you’ve captured in that foreground tulip! These are tulips as I’ve never seen them before. I love the way the background ones still have shape but stand a bit blurred to give centre stage to the foreground beauty.

    I hope your break is from all stresses and strains as well as blogging and refreshes you.

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