Black and White Challenge: Benches

By: sonofabeach96

Jul 30 2018

Category: Uncategorized

18 Comments

Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:3.85mm
ISO:64
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:iPhone 3GS

This week’s Black and White Photo Challenge from Cee’s Photography is for the topic:

BENCHES

 

Here’s my take on it:

 

My songs of the day are:

“Little Black Submarines” by The Black Keys

”White Bird” KT Tunstall

”Black Coffee” by Black Flag

”White Riot” by The Clash

”Black Man In A White World” by Michael Kiwanuka

”White Sky” by Paul Weller

“Black Hair” by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

”White Demon Love Song” by The Killers

18 comments on “Black and White Challenge: Benches”

  1. I just posted a poem inspired by espressos, and I came here to see ‘Black Coffee’. Looks like we’re on the same wavelength! Really enjoying how dramatic and edgy the black and white looks – completely transforms the ‘mundane’, like all good art.

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  2. The first photo looks like haunted Nola or the old west. Love it.

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  3. I couldn’t find any benches either in the archives or locally that I thought would make good shots. Ehhh… But yours are awesome! Love the old wooden benches – looks like an old school or church?

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  4. Of course I love the Florence picture…

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  5. I thought that 1st one looked like the Biltmore. It’s too bad the state took over the grounds. It’s a zoo to get in there now.

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    • I haven’t been in years. We used to go to see the Christmas display when I was a kid. But it’s been 15 years since we’ve been now.

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      • You can’t just drive through anymore. That vista of the winding road to the mansion….now you have to park and take the tour bus.
        The first time I went was in 85, and we parked right out front in the circle drive. I was so enamored with the views, and the history. The Pisgah mountains are just amazing from the big second story verandah.

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