Today’s image was made about 2 miles north of my house here in Erie on a cold, snowy day back in early February of this year. I love all the negative space the snow adds/hides in this image. Here too are the before and after shots (or in this case, original and b/w) combined into one animated GIF. Something different, cool or whatever…
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Day 2 / 5 Black and White Photo Challenge, nominated/challenged by Steve Parker.
One of my favorite locations to shoot – Chautauqua Park in Boulder, home of the Flatirons as these rock faces are named. Here’s to hoping how the Flatirons will look when this arctic blast of cold shivers into Colorado this week. This image was captured in early February 2011, and, if I remember correctly, Kevin Barnes and Steve can verify, the temperature this particular morning was a bitter 5 degrees with a sub-zero wind chill. (What was I thinking, leaving a warm bed?)
Today I nominated/challenged Andy Garza, and April Fischer. It’s optional, but try to post 1 BW image a day for 5 straight days, and each day nominate one+ person to the challenge. Good luck!
Posted in Fine Art, Landscapes and tagged black and white challenge, chautauqua park, cold, flatirons, freeze, snow, winter by greggl with no comments yet.
Day 3 of 5 – Black and White Challenge
This image comes from Monument Valley at a locale known as “Ford’s Point” named after the Actor/Director John Ford, who filmed several of his films in the valley. John said, “The real star of my Westerns is the land. A Western is all about the land.” – See more here.
Posted in Fine Art, HDR, Landscapes and tagged Ford's Point, monoliths, Monument Valley, sage, sandstone, utah by greggl with no comments yet.