B&W Challenge – Day 3

The rear wall of the back fence is always fascinating to take in–no matter the season. In the spring and summer, it overflows with green, pinks and blues as morning glories compete with straggler vines. Instead of pulling everything down in the autumn and winter, I prefer to let everything go its own way. In return, I get fascinating patterns, twirls, a stray berry or two, and always inspiration.

For Day 3, I would ask Robin from Northumbrian: Light  to give the challenge a go. Robin is no stranger to the nuances of black and white. If you have not done so, check out his blog for some beautiful work.

Image taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed, Pic-Tap-Go and Dramatic BW

For today: Winter Fence

Winter Fence

Winter Fence

10 thoughts on “B&W Challenge – Day 3

  1. Another lovely B&W Meg. I like your idea of letting things be and then you get wonderful interesting combinations of stems and leaves and other good stuff 🙂

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