Day 3 of the 5 Day Black & White challenge. The rules of this challenge are simple. I will post 5 photos in 5 days and I will invite a different person to join the challenge each day.
I am excited to invite fellow Texas blogger Amy, from The World is a Book, to participate in this challenge. She is a gifted photographer. I am frequently surprised by photos shared by Amy of places I have also photographed….yet her photos are of images I never noticed or imagined! Go check out her blog…you won’t be disappointed.
This is the “under-side” of the Main Street bridge in Fort Worth Texas.
Main Street – Fort Worth, Texas
Day 2 of the 5 Day Black & White challenge. The rules of this challenge are simple. I will post 5 photos in 5 days and I will invite a different person to join the challenge each day.
I am excited to invite Aletta from Now at Home. I really like the joy in her photography. The brightness of her subjects always catches my eye. I hope you all will go to her page and look through her posts.
I noticed this bench outside a local restaurant in an area known as Old Town. I like the aged look of the bench and mailboxes and viewing them as black and white seems to give them even more of an antique (ish) look.
I would like to thank Helen from HHC Blog for inviting me to participate in the 5 Day Black & White photo challenge. The rules are simple:
1) post a black & white photo daily for 5 days (probably the reason for the name of the challenge!)
2) Invite someone different to participate each day. (because no one wants to play alone!)
Apparently the person that invited Helen (Lois from On Pets and Prisoners) started this challenge with a photo of water. Helen followed suit. Helen’s second photo was of a Lotus flower. I decided to follow both their leads and went immediately to a photo of a water lily I took last summer while vacationing in Northern Ontario.
Now for rule #2. This actually turned out to be a little more challenging than I expected. So I have taken a little poet license and decided to do an open invitation. So, if any of you would like to join me and Helen in this challenge I would be excited to welcome you to the party!
Water lily – Chub Lake, Northern Ontario