.

.

Friday, January 21, 2011

Friday Photo Shoot Out: Black & White

Hello! Yes, yes, it's me. Long time no Shootout.
Winter makes it easy to take b&w photos that aren't really.
Cat prints in the snowy yard. I don't know why she thawed the snow sometimes and not others.

Ok, this one I did mess with.
Have a nice shootout, everyone, and a great weekend!
The links are here.
.

17 comments:

shabby girl said...

Oh, Excellent! I just LOVE that third photo!

Gayla said...

My favorite is the the first one Great black and white!

GingerV said...

I love to see you back, and I really love the seeds on black stems. what a nice shot. I am in Rio and some is frying garlic in the building the smell is actually bringing tears to my eyes.... damn.

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

You did a good job. Love the tracks photo.
QMM

steven said...

oh my my my!! you've got four incredible pictures there and dropped them all at once!!! what a gift! steven

Kim, USA said...

Very excellent choice, love it!
FTSO

Argent said...

I love your new header, first of all. The black and White photos have come our really weep. I did a kitty paws in the snow one like that myself the other week and ours only thaw some bits too, weird. Great pics!

~JarieLyn~ said...

I just adore those cat prints. I alos really like that last shot, but really they are all wonderful photos.

Jama said...

Love that first shot best!

Kerry said...

Swan babies are pitch black? Didn't know that. You have 4 seriously cool pictures here...those fluffy seed heads are beautiful and I really do love the cat paw prints. That is something I would take a picture of too.

Sarah said...

Oh oh oh amazing!! I looooved them all..but the swans and coots...wow hon!!

Bagman and Butler said...

You did great! I seem to be completely out of synch and did not even post. The first photo of the geese is incredible. Nature gave you the definitive shot of this shoot.

Rebecca said...

Nice shots. I love the first photo. Perfect black and white.

NanU said...

;-) Kerry, those are coots, a whole different kind of bird. This year's crop of young swans are currently almost white, just a little beige-grey still around the edges, and as big as their parents.
- see y'all next time!

Doreen said...

these are all fantastic. I especially like the first one.

A Scattering said...

Fabulous! I like all of the shots but the kittie toes in the snow are precious.

Lydia said...

This is a positively winning set. #1 and #3 are my favorites but I really love them all together.