Wednesday, 8 January 2020

#WordlessWednesday ~ Black & White Churchyard

Hello dear people and happy Wordless Wednesday!
Seven years ago I was playing around with the black and white setting of my then camera in a churchyard. Here are the results :


Black and white image of Church door in Fakenham UK
Black and white image of Church door in Fakenham UK
 
Black and white photo of church tower in Fakenham
Black and white photo of church tower in Fakenham
 
black and white church tower and bare branches
black and white church tower and bare branches
 
black and white photo of grave stones leaning on wall
black and white photo of grave stones leaning on wall
 
black and white photo of lawn leading up to house besides wall with leaning gravestones
black and white photo of lawn leading up to house besides wall with leaning gravestones
 
close up black and white overgrown sarcophagus
close up black and white overgrown sarcophagus
 
black and white overgrown sarcophagus
black and white overgrown sarcophagus
 
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8 comments:

  1. Great photos!! I just love black and white shots.

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    1. Thanks very much. These are quite old. Haven't used the black and white feature for a while.

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  2. I agree nice photos the black and white gives them a different feel :-)

    Have a yardtastic week :-)

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  3. Lovely photos! ♥ The black and white makes them all the more striking.

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    1. Thanks very much. I agree. Black and white is an interesting way of taking photos.

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