These buildings are my downtown city landmarks. I infrequently post black and white photos because I love color. However, I was inspired by the buildings theme of Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge this week and I believe B&W is perfect for these strong buildings. Thanks for the inspiration, Cee!
I will also add these to Jacqueline’s Echoes of my Neighborhood challenge which I noticed when I viewed Kat’s very cool like mercury colliding blog post. It’s nice to take a look around the corner and see the world.
I love the buildings and trees theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week.
The first photo, above, is of a home that can be seen nestled among the trees and mountains. I wonder if the view from the house is as beautiful as the view of it!
The next photo, below, was taken during a recent visit to a near-by park. A picnic shelter can be seen through the stark trees that have lost, or are in the process of losing, their leaves.
The third picture shows colorful trees surrounding a gazebo, barn and a historic building that may actually be a town museum. I will have to investigate further! The view is across from a duck pond that I posted about earlier.
I was a bit creative in my final photo selection. The nest in my backyard tree was initially built by a robin. But later in the summer, a crafty squirrel added on to it and claimed it as his own!
I enjoyed searching through my photo archives for this challenge, reminiscing about the day and people attached to each one. Isn’t it great how simple photos can evoke memories and emotions?