Lens Artists Challenge #156: Black and White

This week, Anne Sandler leads the challenge –“Black and White”.

“What I love about black and white photographs is that they’re more like reading the book than seeing the movie.”

– Jennifer Price

These images were converted into black and white through Lightroom. This one below was captured in the evening in our neighborhood:

When I saw Anne’s amazing fog landscape image in black and white, I remembered the image below. It was a foggy, peaceful morning, I was driving along a Texas countryside road.

Here you see the Space Needle (an observation tower in Seattle) is wrapped by a tree and branchs:

A scenic view in Rocky Mountain National Park.

My last contribution is the sunset scene captured at one of the Los Angeles piers. The sky in this image looks a bit like a black and white brush paiting:

Anne invites us to share images or process color images in black and white. Click here to view her amazing images and join the challenge. Inspiring, indeed! Remember to link this post and use the Lens Artists tag.

Special thanks to John for hosting On the Water theme last week. Many thanks to you you for sharing your beautiful and fun images.

Next week’s challenge will be hosted by Rusha Sams of Oh The Places We See: Getting Away.

63 thoughts on “Lens Artists Challenge #156: Black and White

  1. There is indeed a beautiful drama in black and white that comes through differently than color! These are beautiful images, Amy. I have taken hundreds of photos of ocean sunsets, and never once thought of black and white! It’s fantastic.

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