A Daily Walk in Greyscale

I’m sharing these photos for Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White
On her blog, Sally shares two fascinating examples of street art.

Here are some of the sensory moments I have each day when walking Vika. Changing the images to B&W breaks them down to the basic elements capturing my attention.

The feature photo shows flowering clover and belladonna straps, down by the footbridge at the end of our service road.


bare tree limbs against the sky


the textures of pine bark and dried pine needles


the majesty of clouds


the fascinating balls on an American sycamore tree


light play on clover flower stalks
The light play on clover flower stalks intrigued me for weeks.


vika waiting
And Vika says what the heck are you doing down there! She waits patiently.


All taken during August with the Nokia Lumia 530 Windows Phone.

Thanks for looking. Do have a good day.  🙂




11 Comments Add yours

  1. sue ouzounis says:

    I am so glad I have colour vision, even though the pictures are beautiful in their multitude shades of grey, to see them in their full colour is a blessing of nature. My commiserations to those who are colour blind.

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    1. Mum reckons my dad was colourblind. He couldn’t see red traffic lights. 🙂


  2. prior.. says:

    Greyscale really brings out unique features – and love your composition – now I am heading to see Sally’s street art – Ttyl 💙

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  3. Sue says:

    Wonderful photos Christine. I especially love that first photo of the bare tree branches.

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  4. Amy says:

    A beautiful walk via your lens!

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  5. Thanks for taking me on your walk…the monochrome gave many details. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  6. Aunt Beulah says:

    I enjoyed these paragraphs and also your brief explanations of what you saw and thought as you took them.

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    1. Glad to have you share my walk.


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