I make a lot of photographs – you may not have been able to tell ;-). And I have many that I like that never get into the blog. So this week I’m going to post a handful of B&W images from around Central Florida that I think are worth seeing. I hope you like them too. Not many words this morning. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.
Pump house, Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive
Cathedral Interior, St. Augustine
Cypress stand, Orlando Wetlands
Quiet morning, Merritt Island NWR
Sunrise Along Bobcat Trail, Orlando Wetlands
Tranquil morn, Orlando Wetlands
As always, click to view larger on Flickr, and you can see many more of my monochrome photos in this folder.
Thanks for stopping by and looking at my blog. Now – go make some photos!
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2 thoughts on “Black and White Backlog”
A wonderful collection of images, Ed! In black and white, it seems I notice the effects of light, reflection and saturation more than in color photographs. Just me probably.
Thank you for sharing these pieces of Florida!
Thanks Wally. Maybe I like it because I used black and white film almost exclusively when I first started photography.