Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Distant Snows


Good morning from a very wet and soggy Hastings day.  The predicted storm arrived last night, with very heavy rain.  When I got up this morning it was very loud and a lot of the wet stuff.  It has calmed down a lot.  Which is a relief because it is my last Social Snappers group for a while.  I am taking a break as I really want to concentrate on getting a book together.  I have set up a Pledge Me account to help finance it. Any donations over $50 gets the book.  Here in New Zealand I can’t do a GoFundMe account as it doesn’t recognised New Zealand for the bank account.  It doesn’t use PayPal.  But if you are interested just take a look.

Onto this challenge hosted by Cee.  Distance.  So here are a couple of photos taken at Pakowhai Park.  It was a beautiful crisp winter’s day.  There was snow on the distant hills which you can just see in the distance of this first image.


Even with a full zoom the ranges look a long way into the distance.


Cee’s Black & White Challenge: In the Distance

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6 thoughts on “Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Distant Snows”

  1. I especially favor the first image, Raewyn. The proportions are perfect! You really have come a long ways in your skill as a photographer. I’m thrilled to have witnessed it. (smile) ❤


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