More naturally created lines than angles in this old weathered fallen log as seen looking first along the grain and then straight onto a cut cross-section radiating outwards 🙂
Some monochrome urban-architecture lines and angles captured this afternoon in Leytonstone, East London for Cee’s B&W Challenge this week 🙂
A monochrome swan for this week’s Cee’s Black & White Challenge: On the Water 🙂
Cee’s Black & White Challenge this week asks us to take a photo with a different perspective than usual.
Last summer we had a (thankfully well-contained) wildfire on our local green space here, Wanstead Flats in East London. A while afterwards I went for a walk there and took some experimental shots (in colour) of some of the blackened and burned tree trunks lying around – several large old trees had previously been cut down and the charcoal-edged logs still sat exactly where they had been sitting before the fire. The resulting photographs seemed quite disappointing, just dull and dark and boring, so sadly I’d done nothing with them.
But for this particular challenge I had the idea of resurrecting and inverting some of these shots (changing them from positive to negative) and then greyscaling the resulting abstract images – and here they are! Definitely (for me) an unusual perspective of boring old blackened and burned logs 🙂
A weathered wooden memorial bench in an East London cemetery for this week’s Cee’s B&W Challenge: Benches 🙂
Monochrome graffiti and street art birds painted on the walls of buidlings here in Leytonstone celebrating the world-wide success of local lad Alfred Hitchcock 🙂
A couple of images from my archive for Cee’s B&W Challenge: Tracks & Trains this week 🙂