Black and White

Black and white, tinted, duotone, and spot color photographs. If you see a color picture here, it means there’s a black and white picture in the post.

At my computer. 4 pictures

Meet Arty (Artopus) – Doesn’t everyone have a large, beer swilling, artist-in-residence octopus in their living room? 3 pictures

My desk was looking cluttered this morning – I was reminded of the saying that the state of one’s desk reflects the state of one’s mind. A tidy desk equals a tidy mind. For the last several months, my mind — and my desk — have been in a messy place. 2 pictures

Peak Design Capture Pro V3 – This morning I was musing on the mess I’d left on my desk when the urge to take some pictures overtook me. 3 pictures

Valance – Three Studies in Light (Pretentious title). 4 pictures

A black and white photograph of Gary Allman, Springfield Missouri

Gary Allman, August 26, 2018. I saw a tired person peering back at me from the bathroom mirror this morning, and I thought I’d get a picture of what I saw. One-minute read, 4 pictures

Joy, shunned – Once again, photographically, ‘Sappho’ and ‘The Bubble’ stole the show. Five-minute read, 3 pictures

Crystal Bridges Architecture 6 pictures

It’s all in the eyes – Tubby has always had problems with his eyes, it’s a birth defect.

Coy Bald Trail Panorama – views to the east and south. 2 pictures

At The End of The Hike – The temperature was in the 80s, and I had just finished my hike with 920′ of elevation gain, so I’m allowed to look a little sweaty. +3

Walkway

Come to me, all who labor and are heavy-laden.

Brushy Creek

Black and White image of the Pees Hollow Trail , Hercules Glades, running through a wooded area.

A Clear Path – The trail through the woods was very clear here. 2 pictures

Watch Your Head – fragile looking tree by the trail.

Woods Fork, Busiek. Just below the bridge by the east parking Lot. 2 pictures

Creek Crossing. There are a total of five places where you have to cross Woods Fork. 3 pictures

Snack Break. We stopped at the Woods Fork crossing to have a quick break. 4 pictures

Ginger crossing Woods Fork, and a couple of views of the ridge to the south. 3 pictures

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