A study in black and white

Seven Day B&W Challenge — Street Photography: Day Two

I’ve barely got off the couch today — muscle aches, sore head and a slight fever suggesting a touch of flu. Luckily, I shot a few photos at Orakei Wharf yesterday.

So here is one I prepared earlier — the big brother (I think) of my pensive boy from yesterday.

My friend Sarah at Art Expedition is hosting a variation on the Seven Day B&W Challenge — this time the image must include people.

The rules are:

• Thank the person who has nominated/tagged you and provide a link to their blog.

•  Go out and take pictures of complete strangers for 7 days in a row and post one of them each day of the challenge (you can also post 7 photos in one post if you´re more comfortable with this).

• The photos should be in b/w.

• Nominate as many people as you like

As always, I’m not a fan of individual nominations, but invite everyoneto take part in this if you can fit it in your blogging schedule.and don’t forget to visit Sarah’s blog and see her Berlin street photography.

20 thoughts on “A study in black and white

    • Thanks for your kind wishes Ju-Lyn. I am feeling better.
      I don’t normally take photos of people either. I don’t feel comfortable taking photos without permission, but nor do I like to ask. Luckily these guys were fine with it.

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  1. They must definitely be related as the have the same stare. 😉 Beautiful photo, Su! I knew you would excell at taking pictures from people! So sorry about the flu though and hope you’re going to feel better very soon!! Hugs! Xxxxxxx

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