Tuesday, March 10, 2009

BLACK and WHITE.....

Same old photos...
A different light!









DREAM says...

"Very Cool! Although, I really don't see the difference...

13 comments:

  1. I love the effect of black and white photos. The one of Hunter is awesome.

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  2. Nancy, you're a really awesome photographer! Have you ever thought of making calendar?

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  3. I love the pictures in black and white! Beautiful!

    BTW, I just bought one of the sheep deck chairs online. Thanks for the info on that!

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  4. I love all your photos - black and white are my favorite. They tell the very simple story....of course when you have the subjects that you do, who WOULDN't have great photos?!!!

    Barbara has a great idea - a B/W calendar along with your lovely colored photo calendar :)

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  5. Anonymous6:25 PM

    Black & white is so simple/elegant and allows the eye to see contrast more. The first photo is mysterious--it looks like wool in front of the sheep?
    Diane L./Bloomington,IN.

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  6. The chicken photo reminds me of life on a farm from the 1920's. It just has that feeling being in black and white. I really like it a lot...thanks for sharing those in a "new" light:)

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  7. Thanks, Everyone! The black & white is really fun for a change. I may do more with it. I'll look into the idea of a B & W calendar...

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  8. Brr the first one makes me cold!! It's gorgeous though, I also love the one with Bella and Sadie, the chickens, Hunter, and the one right after hunter. Im getting a jump start if we start voting for more calendar pics :)

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  9. Oops, I meant the one right after the chickens...

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  10. Glad I checked in for my daily photo-fill, nice.

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  11. Terry9:16 PM

    Such texture and mood! That's what I love about black and white. You are a composition genius--that shows best in black and white...

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  12. I take it Hunter is the gorgeous creature in profile? The horns are amazing!!!

    I love B&W - sometimes it tells the story so much better. Your photos are fantastic.

    Nancy in Atlanta

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  13. Your dogs look so happy and loved. What a sweet picture. All the photos were lovely but that one warmed my heart.

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