Black and White Tuesday

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The above photo was taken with my iPhone 6. Here at the hotel lobby, this man was enjoying his morning coffee while reading newspapers.  I guess some people still read printed newspapers regularly.

Submitting to Sally D’s Mobile Photography Black and White.



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After taking the photo above, I looked up and saw this cool sky windows with an unusual triangle pattern.

Cee’s Black and White Challenge for this week is Patterns.

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Have a wonderful day! 🙂

60 thoughts on “Black and White Tuesday

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  2. Lovely candid photograph in mono that refers the viewer to old times when people read printed newspapers,and in particlar,broadsheet papers.Maybe tabloits didn’t come out then.And in your second masterful photo,you have impressively captured the modern ceiling with the dazzling pattern!Interesting genre of photography in every way,dear Amy 🙂 xxx

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  3. You weren’t close to Cleveland, Ohio or Clifton Forge, Virginia? This man looks a lot like my over 80 years old uncle, who still has a lot of hair. His wife has glasses and dark hair. This is a dilly question since what are the chances? 😉
    I liked the hotel photo and the skylight grate did make a beautiful pattern. 🙂


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  5. my hubby reads his paper and works the crossword every day. He will probably be doing so til he’s this gentleman’s age. Love your graphic shot as well.


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