Montrol-Sénard is a village in the Limousin countryside, not far from here, that is preserved as a living museum of rural life at around the turn of the last century. This image shows part of a piece of machinery in the village smithy. Don’t ask me what it’s for. Posted in response to Cee’s latest Black & White Photo Challenge.
‘The Landmark’ is – or was – the tallest building in Abu Dhabi. Here it is under construction, pushing up through an early morning fog. Posted in response to Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge
For this week’s instalment of Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge, here is a photograph taken at Chateau d’Amboise, in the Indre-et-Loire départment of central France. The chateau’s main claim to fame is that it’s the burial place of Leonardo da Vinci.
For this week’s entry to Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge, here is an image from Venice, which does feature a road (‘Calle’) leading down to the Grand Canal, although it’s a moot point whether the road is the principal focus for the gentleman on the left. The high contrast from the strong shadows works well in Black & White, I think, as does…
Another entry for this week’s Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge. Taken at the Hili Oasis in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, this is the stump of a palm tree that’s had a severe pruning.
In response to Cee’s latest Black & White Photo Challenge – Weather, an image taken last winter here at Tranquility Base. The link to the challenge is here.
http://ceenphotography.com/2015/01/01/cees-black-white-photo-challenge-shoes-or-feet/ Detail from the base of a lectern in St Mary’s Church, Beverley. Of course the subject is the feet, but the reflection of the church interior provides context.