Cee’s Black & White: Brick By Brick, Stone By Stone

Cee has challenged us to bring her our black & white BRICKS AND STONES this week. You can check out the stonework of Cee’s contributors by clicking the underlined link.

Here are mine…


There is little else besides stonework at this part of Trinity College in Dublin.



Ancient Stone steps lead away from Torc Falls in Killarney


Stone breakwaters in Doolin


The stone walls of Cabras Castle’s stable yard.

Cee’s B & W: Things That Fly

This week Cee has challenged us to show her anything that flies in Black & White.

You can see how others took up this challenge by clicking the underlined link.

I am not overly good at capturing things in motion so I had to be a little creative with this one. These are all things that could fly if they were real.


This is the Zaandam version of the Liva birds… I think.


This is a phoenix in St. Bavo’s, Haarlem


O.K. So I really do believe in angels but honestly I think they are much bigger and most times a little scarier than this.

Cee’s B&W Challenge: Life’s Little Patterns

This week Cee has challenged us to bring out THE PATTERNS in life. My three patterned black & white photos are below. But you can find a whole lot more by going to Cee’s site. Just click the underlined link above.


Art is the imposing of a pattern on experience, and our aesthetic enjoyment is recognition of the pattern.

Alfred North Whitehead 


Art is pattern informed by sensibility.

Herbert Read