Tag Archive: black and white

Come with Me & Walk a Mile for the Water

Walk a Mile for Your Water – This hand pump well is close to some of those of a far northern village in Ghana, perhaps only a Mile away. Likewise the local health clinic as… Continue reading

Alps- in Black & White

Alps – in Black & White Mountains and clouds and snow are images that we can see and feel in Black & White. Black and white not only fits these images due to… Continue reading

Trees- Study in Black and White Contrast vs. Ansel Adams trees

Ansel Adams did not have the luxury of a digital age where he could process his prints first on a computer screen to manipulate the light of the photograph which he had captured.… Continue reading

African Reggae-Rope Bridges of Kakum-Faya

African Reggae : Faya- http://youtu.be/DSWvlys0NLE Black and white image on the rope bridges of Kakum Park, Ghana western Africa. Color you life with some African inspired beats from Joe Driscoll and Sekou Kouyate and the… Continue reading

Last Light of Winter ?

Last Light of Winter ? Early morning light of March greets me with this winter scene. Just yesterday I was contemplating getting a few photos of the crocuses getting ready to open and… Continue reading

San Francisco – Fisherman’s Trolley (B&W)

I only thought it appropriate that an old time San Francisco trolley bus be presented in black and white. This trolley runs thru the Fisherman’s wharf area of San Francisco. For a crazy seafood… Continue reading

Opposite Stream views

Opposite Stream Views – Let us look in opposite direction Sometimes up and sometimes down May my eyes have no distractions Black and white and color too May the water flow so smoothly… Continue reading

London calling – ‘Overcast – British made ‘

London calling – British made means those usual items, people and gestation that are found in and around London and these British Isles. A ‘Beefeater’ guarding as nowadays one does the Tower of… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Unique – A Little Softness

A Little Softness – found me on a cold winter eve. Photograph copyrighted by Jean-Bernard Cabana  (c) 2013.

Winter Flowing

Winter has come and with it the traditional lasting first snows. The creek was flowing in all its glory, cold that it might be. May these coming months bring more snow and with… Continue reading