Lens-Artist Challenge Black & White #156.

Another great challenge from the Moderators over at Lens-Artists Challenge, this one is Black & White.

I first started out shooting B&W all thoise years ago on an Exakta 35mm camera, I hink it was from the late 50’s or early 60s, but its what my Dad started me out on.

And even now I still shoot some things in Black and White on my digital camera, some things are just so somber that you don’t dare shoot in anything else.

The First Photo is of the Owner Of Oregons very first Motorcycle Safety School, Sandy Galloway, I took this when we were out at the range working on demonstrating the exercises.

The Next one is of siblings walking together on Manzanita Beach in Manzanita Oregon, I took this 4th of July 2017.

Black and White can emphasize the sheer grit on a cowboys face when riding an event.

Or on a Cowgirls face

But Black and White is also good for just about any type of Photography.

Its fun to jsut shoot black and white once in a while, sometimes the picture is just more suited for B&W than for color.

Hope you enjoyed my captures. Now back to your Regular programs.

By This Journey That We Now Live .

Welcome to this Journey that we now live. This Blog will be about my Husband and Myself and the life we now live. My husband is a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor, and now Retired. and I am a Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior and a Photographer, it is the one thing that keeps me sane, it gives me peace and quiet. This blog will follow us in our journey as we navigate this life we live, Our Triumphs and Sorrows, Accomplishments and Ugh. LOL So Grab a class of Sweet Tea or Coffee, Prop your feet up and enjoy!

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