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Uploaded: 07/18/17 8:47 AM GMT
View On Veere In B&W
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A view on the little medieval town of Veere, Zeeland, The Netherlands in B&W.

Referring to the most recent comment of Lyn in THIS THREAD, hope that this B&W image will be a candidate entry for the Wednesday B&W Challenge within two weeks.

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::Dunstickin
07/18/17 8:55 AM GMT
Good one C....I do like the tones in this, along with the central view of the town between the trees!
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::Ramad
07/18/17 10:32 AM GMT
This is a nice one for the b/w challenge with all the different tones grey and that sky Cornelius.
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::tigger3
07/18/17 11:34 AM GMT
This is a great challenge image my friend, well composed, and good natural framing within a frame. tigs=^..^=
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::biffobear
07/18/17 11:35 AM GMT
Pretty picture that Mono sets off..R.
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::LynEve
07/18/17 11:51 AM GMT
Wonderful detail Cornelius and delighted to add it to the 'waiting list' for when the BWC resumes.
It is looking hopeful that it will as I have some good reponses to my pm's :)
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::LynEve
07/18/17 11:52 AM GMT
Wonderful detail Cornelius and delighted to add it to the 'waiting list' for when the BWC resumes.
It is looking hopeful that it will as I have some good reponses to my pm's :)
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My thanks to all who leave comments for my work and to those of you who like one enough to make it a favourite. To touch just one person that way makes each image worthwhile. . . . . . . . . .. . . . "The question is not what you look at, but what you see" ~ Marcel Proust
::trixxie17
07/18/17 2:22 PM GMT
Your B&W's always turn out so well Mr. C. with great ranges of tones and textures and this is a prime example.
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.quickshot
07/18/17 2:56 PM GMT
If I lived in this neighborhood as a child, I would have guessed that this is a haunted building. The black and white not only increases the drama and detail, but it gives the structure a special but probably unintentional creepiness.
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::Nikoneer
07/18/17 4:01 PM GMT
In college I took all the classes available for photography and then an additional number of credit hours in what was termed "advanced studies," which entailed the teacher becoming nothing more than an advisor and someone to critique the results. During all that time I shot, developed and printed nothing but black & white film, so I have a stronger appreciation and experience than most Caedesians with it. In the same manner that some old black & white movies from the 30's - 60's (or even today, ie. "Shchindler's List") far outshine one today that's loaded with CGI, black & white stills evoke so much more pathos and, by their very nature, require us to use more of our brains to interpret what we are seeing. Excellent work, Mr. C., and good for you for including a link to Lyn's "Black & White Challenge." I've been utching Caedes for years for a "Photo Journalism" gallery, but at least we have Lyn's challenge to increase our appreciation of art & thought.

-Nik
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.GomekFlorida
07/24/17 9:05 PM GMT
Being shot in B/W if really brings out the detail. Nice.
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.icedancer
07/28/17 6:54 PM GMT
It really does make a fabulous challenge and I'm sue she will keep note of who does them - this one is gorgeous
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::Flmngseabass
10/20/17 3:01 AM GMT
Fantastic render Mr. C. This is spectacular in every way!! Great contrast and lighting for sure. Bravo on this wonderful image!!:):)
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