OK, so I’m cheating a litle bit here, but I would say that it is very different to have a two of clubs hanging in your back yard.
Cee’s black and white challenge this week is storefront signs. This picture of an “open” sign outside an antique shop was taken for a project that I contributed a bit to called “One Day in Shipley” where photographers “documented” their local environment for the one day (11th July 2015 – I think). The resulting photos were shown as a slideshow as part of an exhibition at the community centre. It was fun, there was a really good selection of photos that were contributed. I made a Flickr album with the pictures I took (of course there were many more from others!) here is a link to my One Day in Shipley album.
Cee’s black and white challenge this week is flowers, how could I resist!
And here’s some more…
An old Rover for Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Cars, trucks and motorcycles.
Fences and gates for Cee’s black and white challenge.
An old abandoned cartwheel left to rust, a reminder of our not too distant past and the age of industrial revolution.
For Cee’s black and white challenge: Wheels
Cee’s black and white challenge this week is “cameras or photos of photographers”.
When I saw this scene, I couldn’t resist taking a picture of it. The old fashioned look of the group of Morris dancers, the camera on the tripod looking like it should be holding a vintage camera, but instead there is the LCD display of a digital compact. I’m sure he got a great picture, they are all smiling so nicely for him!
Cee’s black and white challenge this week is “the backs of things”.