Black and White Tuesday: Windows-Doors

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For this week’s Black and White Challenge challenge I  chose took take some fresh photos of blue-stone churches and repost some other photos in black and white.

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This church door is different from other door in as much that it is painted a paler colour than normal and set of by the matching stone work surrounding the door.

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 Just had to include this one.  The windows and doors might be the subject of the challenge but I think the scene stealer is the shadow of an old gum (eucalyptus) tree.

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A coloured version of Cunningham Pier has been here before, however, I thought the ‘doorway’ to the pier would suit this challenge would fit here…and it looks good in black and white.

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Another church another door.  The hinges have been published a week or two ago.

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And I love this window.  Both the outside …

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…and the inside views.

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Sonel’s Black and White Weekly Photo Challenge: Doors-Windows (sonelcorner.wordpress.com)

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25 thoughts on “Black and White Tuesday: Windows-Doors

    • I read your comment, quickly, this morning and interpreted ‘the last’ incorrectly. Sad to read that you are cancelling the Tuesday BW challenge. It was an enjoyable change from colour photography.

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      • Thanks Woolly and yes, but it can’t stop you from post some of your lovely B&W shots can it? I am very glad to hear that you enjoyed it so keep going then. 😀

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      • No I will try to keep posting. As I said once before, I did get into the habit of posting every day during June and am trying to maintain that. However, I did not prepare one last night and have had a 400 kilometre drive to a funeral today, so it may be a 11.55 post. Cheers.

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      • You do that and 4-5 hours drive is no joke. Just be safe and take care and sorry to hear that it’s for a funeral. My condolences my friend. *hugs*

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      • I do allow more time these days than I would have done thirty years ago. And I took my camera, which slowed the trip. Thank you for your condolences. My school mates mother passed away. She was a lovely, friendly lady. She taught our youngest to play noughts and crosses, during church, when he was a toddler.

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      • Very glad to hear that Woolly and it does make the trip more enjoyable. 🙂

        Shame, yes..it’s a pity when lovely and friendly people like that pass on. Sounds like she was fun as well. 😀

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