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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Black and White Tuesday: Texture

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Inspiration for this week’s Black and White Challenge are again some random photos and some taken for this challenge.

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All I know about the plant in this photo is that it grows in the tropics.

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An old fence post.

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This photo gives me a whole new look at something I use every day.

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‘Gum’ (Eucalyptus) trees have various bark textures. This one is an old Sugar Gum with a three-foot diameter trunk.

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Testing the macro lens on my camera…once again something used by many but seen in a different light.

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Black and White Tuesday: Upward

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Inspiration for this week’s Black and White Challenge are random photos taken while travelling.

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To begin with  repost of the Grand Staircase at Paronella Park in Queensland.

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A winter tree in Geelong.

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Finally, during a visit to the Geelong Botanical Gardens in early January I discovered that Californian Red Woods can grow in our climate.

This has to be my favourite of this post…

…I like big trees.

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