Archive for the ‘Black & White Photography’ Tag

Butterfly and Flower — Graphic Sketch   2 comments

Southern California September 2012Butterfly and Flower (Graphic Sketch) — Photographic-Artistry by kenne

Everyone on the face of the Earth
has a treasure that lies waiting for them.

— Paulo Coelho

Puerto Peñasco Beach   2 comments

Beach-1011 B&W. blogPuerto Peñasco Beach (February 2018) — Image by kenne

Morning cup of joe
Sun shining on the calm sea
Walk along the shore.

— kenne

Holiday On The Patio   1 comment

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Sago Palm-3529 B&W blogHoliday On the Patio — Organic Photography by kenne

Shape
is everywhere
you look,
unless you
count air.

A photographer
is first a viewer
looking for
contrasts
in shapes.

Different
kinds of shapes
convey
different
massages.

Decide
on the message
before
capturing
the moment.

— kenne

 

 

Like An Old Tree   4 comments

Sedona & Talking Stick ResortAuthentic Imperfection — Image by kenne

Like an old tree

standing

along the desert trail

we are not perfect —

growing

old together

recognizing

our imperfection

each step of the way

becoming

more perfect by

authenticating

our imperfection

staying

vulnerable together —

embracing

our essence.

— kenne

Does It Matter . . .   3 comments

Saguaro Cactus B&W-1154 blog.jpgSaguaro Cactus In Sabino Canyon — Black & White Image by kenne

“Does it matter whether one is required to complete the work
or whether one is free to desist from the work
if you must meet a final art that certainly you did not make?”

*****

“Philosophical problems are conceptual confusions
that arise when a form of utterance appropriate
to one mode of discourse is mistakenly used in the wrong context
Confusions must be unpicked employing ordinary uses of language.”

— from Tom Turner’s Notes

 

One Of My Early Black And White Photographs   2 comments

normal-il-19740002e-framed-blog“A Rainy Evening” (Normal, Illinois) — Image by kenne

Photography in the 20th Century
was all about film photography
Ektachrome was my choice,
however, occasionally I shot in B&W.

“A Rainy Evening” is a B&W
photo taken in 1974, by
definition a vintage image
having been captured before 1980.

I rarely used B&W film
with my first SLR camera,
a Canon FTb QL that I still have.
“A Rainy Evening,” is a print

recently rediscovered,
by Mary Ann, 
inspired
by the lighting and
reflections of the moment.

I have no idea of the settings,
but it is reasonable to say
a very slow shutter speed with

a fairly low f-stop.

I’m not sure anybody cares
just one of many photo
projects taking me
to where I am today.

— know

The Cloud Above, Death Below   2 comments

Saguzro Cactus January 27, 2014-9660-2 blogThe Cloud Above, Death Below — Image by kenne

When death comes
The ribs are exposed
Standing tall.

— kenne

 

 

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