Category Archives: Black and White Photography
Monochrome Monday 2.21.2022
It’s just that kind of a day.
Black Cat: Wordless Wednesday
Photos from home in a pandemic
Life is terribly odd right now as most everyone around the world is aware. What follows are a few photographs of life at home in St. Paul, MN, as we adjust.
Scanning the past
With the help of an Epson scanner, I am starting to sort through photos from the 1940’s and slides and photos from the 1960’s through the 70’s. Regrettably, the slides were kept in less than optimal conditions but it is a worthy challenge :). 1948- My brother Mark, sister Ginny, mother, Florence, and Grandma RubyContinue reading “Scanning the past”
The trio in the screened window incorporates one adopted by the foster parents (the little gal in the middle) and the two Tuxies still waiting for their furrever home.
Another summer; another State Fair photo entry
Every year the MN State Fair Fine Arts competition presents a unique opportunity to be part of the Fair experience- and fail. LOL. It’s OK. Really. This year, I experimented with manual settings on the camera and black and white shots only- and submitted one of those photos. I have been inspired by the amazingContinue reading “Another summer; another State Fair photo entry”
It’s Almost the Weekend
All the youngsters are excited about the weekend 🙂
In Our Thoughts
Hello WordPress friends! We miss you and seem to allow daily living to get in the way of seeing what you are all doing. We wish you all a good week to come… Dylan the Tabby on Sunday
It’s that time of year when I begin to think about the Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts competition. It has become quite a competitive experience, with photography a popular entry category . I have decided to focus more on experimenting and learning than the possibility of being selected to exhibit (less daunting) and am working on using theContinue reading “Camera Practice”
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