Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Fences and Gates


While in Normandy, France, in October this year, I took many photos of fences and gates. I could have taken photos of the famous Utah and Omaha beaches, the war monuments or the cemeteries, but I preferred a series of fences to express the vastness and loneliness in the countryside.

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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Wheels


An old plow in Rappahannock, Virginia

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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Letters C or D

More responses to Cee’s challenge can be found here. I was in Bellwald, Switzerland for a week and saw the most beautiful wood textures. The word for the following two photos is chalet!

DSC_0656_BWDSC_0580_BWThe stones underneath are used to keep mice and others out of the house!

The photo below features the seven dwarfs!DSC_0660_BW.jpg



Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Looking Through a Window

This photo is for Cee’s B&W challenge of this week. For more responses, click on the badge below. The photo was taken at the Monticello estate, once owned by President Thomas Jefferson, close to Charlottesville, Virginia.