Mobile Photography: B&W and More…

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For Sally’s Mobile Photo Challenge for this week is B&W. This is a 1869 well–preserved farmhouse.

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This is how Will described Lou,

“The first day you walked in,… your sweet smile, your bad jokes, and your ridiculous cloth…”

During the time Lou kept Will company, Lou tried hard to change Will’s mind.

And, Will tried harder to please her.

….

Following the instruction from Will, Lou walked through the street, where he loved the most.

He, then, said to her,

“…. Just live well, just live.”

She looked up and gave him a sweet smile.

At the end, he gave her a new beginning (that she wanted to do for him).

(The movie was beautifully filmed. if you want to watch the movie, try not to read the story. I didn’t. 🙂 )

33 thoughts on “Mobile Photography: B&W and More…

  1. Pingback: Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White (Photomontage) | Lens and Pens by Sally

  2. Good morning, Amy. Love your photos. We went to visit a farm yesterday. As soon as I walked in the house, I said (without thinking) “This is the “home” should look and feel. The houses in my neighborhood look like cardboard boxes.” 😉
    Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful day.

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    • This small farmhouse was built by a German immigrant family in 1869 by hands with minimum resources and tools (brought from Germany), and they raised 10 children there. LBJ insisted to preserve it.

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