In the Distance

I have many images to fit this challenge, mostly taken locally on our Fylde coast.

I’ve chosen some of my favourites for this week’s Black & White Challenge.

St Annes Jetty

St Annes Jetty ©HelenBushe

 

Lytham Jetty

Lytham Jetty ©HelenBushe

 

Dark Ripples

Dark Ripples ©HelenBushe

 

Distant Pier Blackpool seaside Lancashire

Distant Pier ©HelenBushe

 

Seaside Holiday Blackpool monochrome

Seaside Holiday ©HelenBushe

 

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8 Comments

Amy · July 8, 2016 at 16:34

Awesome shots!

    HMB · July 8, 2016 at 16:42

    Thanks Amy.

Arkenaten · July 7, 2016 at 22:38

”You’re so far away…”
Carole King.

Smashing photos.

    HMB · July 8, 2016 at 07:43

    Thanks. For comment and reminding me of a song from my youth!

      Arkenaten · July 8, 2016 at 10:04

      Smile ..When we wos yung, right?

      Tapestry is one of my favorite albums of this genre. Tapestry and Mud Slide Slim by James Taylor.

GeorgieMoon · July 7, 2016 at 20:43

These are lovely shots to illustrate distance. Can I ask, did you Shoot them in black and white originally, or did you edit them to be black and white? As a rookie photographer, does it make any difference?

    HMB · July 7, 2016 at 21:04

    Thanks Georgie for your interest.
    Yes, it’s reckoned it’s always better to shoot in colour then change to monochrome. Though there are some new cameras now (Fuji’s latest ones for example)that apparently have very good film simulation settings.
    Sometimes you want to mess about with the colours/saturation/ shadows/highlights to get more contrast before converting to B&W.

      GeorgieMoon · July 8, 2016 at 08:38

      Thanks for this info. I must experiment with my camera more, and find out what it can actually do….

I'm always pleased to read comments.....

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