All posts tagged: black and white

Humanity Series: Temple Child

Cradled by the window frame of the ancient temple, sat the little girl. A unexpected contrast between old and new. Her family was nearby selling souvenirs but she had other plans for her day. She sat quietly and peacefully in the window in a timeless fashion that was […]

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Humanity Series: Palm Reader

Some cultures have ladies with raven hair who gaze meaningfully into crystal balls. Some arrange and interpret tarot cards. Others read the patterns depicted in leftover tea leaves. Usually if you require the skills of such artists you must seek them out. In India it can be as simple […]

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Humanity Series: Making Ends Meet

It’s a wonderful thing to travel. Your opinions, born as they are within your frame of reference, can be corrected by reality of travel. For example, I thought the fall of Communism was a good thing that was welcomed by all. Travelling through Bulgaria I […]

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Vegas Baby

A photographic blogger who lives in Las Vegas would be negligent not to provide an image of the famous “Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas” sign. So here it is. A less common version than that which appears in millions of vacation happy-snaps. I chose black and white to […]

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Dali-esque Stairs

When I got to the top of the stairs and looked down, I thought the staircase resembled a Salvador Dali painting. It was recognizable as a staircase, but the bannister was strangely warped and pulled out of shape. Other than some basic contrast adjustments, the image has […]

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Remember when …

… this was the pinnacle of technological advancement?  This was superseded by the vaunted IBM Selectric typewriter. Then came the revolution that was words on a screen before commitment to paper: word processors. Wang is the first name that comes to mind. Personal Computers make the […]

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