#SundayStills ~ Seeing Things In Black and White #NaturePhotography #Landscape

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature hosted by Terry Webster Shrandt. The theme this week is black and white.

I hardly ever take black and white photos, and I have messed around with these slightly.  

The Boston skyline…

The gothic styled St Margaret’s Church with a 202 foot steeple in Bodelwyddan on the left, and the church of St Lawrence in Warkworth.

The ruins of St Dwynwen’s church, dating from the 16th century, on Llanddwyn Island

One of the wolves at UKWCT. He didn’t want to pose for the camera.

A magnificent (and huge) Sika stag about to catch an acorn, one of their favourite things apparently.

Part of Castlerigg stone circle in the Lake District

And one of my favourite photos of my much loved and missed Finn

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  1. Oh my, Cathy, I realized I missed this! Eek! My phone was acting up and I saw/approved the link but forgot to come over and ogle your beautiful b&w images! The architecture is simply stunning and the B&W really brings out the textures. I LOVE your beautiful Finn, and what a fabulous memory of him!

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  2. Cathy, these are great pictures of subjects that most of us never get to see. I love the crumbling St Dwynwen’s church most of all, I think. It’s hard to capture the tall spires in St Margaret’s Church but you did it. That would be a great lesson for photographers like I am. If I stand back far enough to catch it all in one picture, it’s too small. If I use a telephoto lens, I can’t fit it all in. If I shoot at too much of an upward angle, it tilts too much. So I applaud you on that lovely picture. 🙂

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    1. Thanks so much, Marsha. St Dwynwen’s church is on a little tidal island and for such a small place there’s much history and lots to see. I was never quite satisfied with the spire but if I tried to straighten it the top was lost.


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