Day 5 – 5 Day B&W Challenge: Beautiful Contrast

Beautiful Contrast

It’s the fifth and final day of the B&W challenge from AJ . Thanks AJ, you’ve pushed my comfort level a bit. I’ve also been given another B&W challenge that’s a bit different but more on that in a few days!

Today, I’ve picked an image of trees and teasels in a winter landscape. Our weather forecast is for continuing warmth and finally some above freezing temps after tonight and if this is true, it looks as though this icy grip will be taking a hike giving way to spring.

There are only two rules for this challenge:

1. On 5 consecutive days, create a post using either a past or recent photo in B&W.
2. Each day invite another blog friend to join in the fun.

With so many great blogs that I follow, it is tough to pick just five bloggers to challenge and since we are so set in our ways, it’s hard to know who will wish to even be challenged.  Today, I extend the challenge to an interesting and unique ‘old school’ artistic photographer in Victoria, ehpem at Burnt Embers who shoots a lot of B&W with film cameras. Thanks to those who took up the challenge. Happy Friday! 🙂

View 1 – Surrounded by Teasels

View 1 - Surrounded By Teasels

I am going away for a much-needed holiday so I’m scheduling a mini exhibit, Nine Views. This will feature 9 black and white landscape images of the Parkwood Hospital Grounds and Westminster Ponds  ESA shot on Friday, December 20, 2013. Hope you enjoy them.

© Sheila Creighton 2013