Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Vintage Hastings.

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Good morning from a wet windy, stormy Hastings day.  Apparently it rained heavily last night – didn’t hear a thing.  I do know that England is under water and I hope everyone is safe, warm and dry up there.

This week Cee wants our buildings in black & white.  So here are some of the older houses in the area around where I live.  If you see scratches and dust marks – that is deliberate.  I wanted a truly vintage feel to the images.

Old House in Hastings

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19 thoughts on “Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Vintage Hastings.”

  1. These are wonderful Raewyn; they really capture the New Zealand that I love. I especially like the first shot; the dining table on the porch is brilliant! The rain is just beginning here and I’ve had the Civil Defense warning on my phone. Not looking great for a trip to the Botanic Gardens for me today. Stay safe.

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  2. What lovely houses. The first one could be in any small town in the USA. I’m curious, in the third photo are those pieces of wood supposed to be a fence? The photographs are wonderful.

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  3. Love those little gingerbread houses! I always wanted one of my own.

    It has been pouring here, too. Yesterday there was a HAIL storm in Phoenix! That’s never happens. Dry riverbeds that haven’t held water for years are running. Not typical southwestern weather here.

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