Phoneography: Black and White at Ahuriri

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Good morning from a cold and cloudy Hastings.  We should be in summer but it feels like winter.  I wish I could send some of this cooler weather to South Africa as I know they are sweltering and are having to endure power cuts.

I am madly beading at the moment for this weekend.  I didn’t realise just how much I will be beading.  Needless to say I don’t want to see another bead for quite some time after I have finished it.  Even The X Files isn’t doing the job in keeping me going.  My dress is getting heavy but it looks good.

So onto this challenge by Sally where we get to use our phones for photos.  These photos were taken at Ahuriri beach, looking the other way from the port.  I am not sure what these old wooden posts were. Probably an old pier.

https://lensandpensbysally.wordpress.com/2015/02/16/phoneography-and-non-srl-digital-devices-photo-challenge-black-and-white-and-the-afternoon-light/

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I wanted to be a bit more serious this week with my black and white so only did minimal editing with Snapseed.

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https://piecesofstarlight.wordpress.com/2015/02/16/phoneography-how-black-and-white-saves-the-day/

https://sustainabilitea.wordpress.com/2015/02/16/phoneography-and-non-slr-digital-devices-photo-challenge-black-and-white-airport-au-natural/

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Thanks for visiting.

Cheers

15 thoughts on “Phoneography: Black and White at Ahuriri”

  1. These work well in monochrome, giving us details and patterns of such calming scenes. Wish that I were there now (at least your images remind me that the beach usually conjures warmth). It’s zero degrees here. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  2. I find the first one intriguing because it could be any size at all–a bench or a shelter. Even though I know what it is, that dichotomy lingers, making it enjoyable. Can’t wait to see the dress!

    janet

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