It’s time to transport yourself over to Cee’s blog to see how her B&W contributors have displayed public transport. But before you get on the bus by clicking the underlined link take a peek at my photos.
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Cee’s B&W Challenge: Reflections and Shadows
I love this week’s challenge! Reflections and Shadows.
Check out how others have “shadowed” or “Reflected” Cee’s challenge by clicking the underlined link above which will take you over to Cee’s site.
Here are my shadows and reflections
Cee’s B&W Challenge: Large Subjects
This week Cee has challenged to bring Black & White to life in a big way by showing photographs of large subjects.
You can click the icon below to see how Cee and her contributors have largely expressed themselves.
Now, I thought to myself when I saw the topic, “What could be larger than the Giant’s Causeway?”
According to legend the causeway was built by the giant Finn MacCool as a road to Scotland so he could fight the giant Benandonner there. The story tells us that Finn went to Scotland but when he saw how big Benandonner was he fled back to Ireland only to be followed by his Scottish enemy.
Finn knowing he was outmatched implored his wife Oona for help. Oona helped Finn by dressing him as a baby and sticking him in a cradle. When Benandonner arrived, the story goes, Oona explained that the “baby” in the cradle was actually Finn’s son rather than Finn himself. Now giant’s are not known for their intelligence, and so it would seem Benandonner was outwitted by Oona; So the great Scottish giant returned home destroying the bridge behind him, assured that if he was nearly outsized by Finn’s baby he would never be a match for the giant himself.
This is called the Giant’s pipe organ. It is said that on a windy night you can still sometimes hear Finn playing a tune for his dear wife Oona. And who would not play a tune for such an obviously intelligent woman?
Cee’s Black & White Ground
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Animals
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Abandoned or Alone
This week Cee has challenged us to photograph Abandoned and Alone
My thoughts are below and the photos of Cee’s other contributors can be found at Cee’s B& W page for the week by clicking the Black & White icon…
Cee’s Black & White: What Shape are You In?
This week Cee has asked us to come up with Geometric Shapes for her black & white photo challenge. Click the underlined words to see how others met the challenge.
I have learned a few things from shapes about life.
For instance in life round is a pretty common shape!
While we would all like it to be a little more linear, the older we get the more we realize, this thing called life just doesn’t fit in a box.
Truth be told, the more we insist on controlling the shape of every detail in our lives, the more complicated our lives become.
Sometimes those things in our lives which appear to be the weakest offer us the most support through the troubled waters.
And, if you wait long enough and keep taking the bends in the road, eventually life does come full circle.
Cee’s B&W Challenge: Play Da Music
Cee has challenged us with all things musical this week
Here are my thoughts on the topic
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Photoing Photographers: Cee’s B&W
This week Cee has asked us to bring photographers and their cameras into the black & white world. You can see how many photographers were captured at
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any kind of Camera or Photos of Photographers
Here are my black& white captures.
This week Cee has challenged us to display blacks and whites of bits of plastics. Not to hard since much of our world is made of plastic these days. I thought of taking a photo of a container of Cool Whip. I just love my edible plastics. Instead I went for plastic things displayed at our town’s Fall Fest.
You can see how others met the challenge at
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Things Made Out of Plastic
Here is what I came up with:
Just about everything in this picture is plastic except the trees, the grass, and the woman.
This plastic choo! choo! is treated with an Infrared filter but I thought it was cooler than the B&W filter.