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Wordless Wednesday (12.5.12): Black and White by Jennifer Barbour
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Love black and white, very gritty very real…
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Thanks, Jen. I agree. I used another photo prompt from MauiShopGirl (which was simply “black and white”). These are all items found in our yard when we dug it up for our patio.
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Very nice. What is the picture of? Looks like you did some treasure hunting.
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It’s all stuff that we found in the ground when we put in our patio this summer – part of a broken dish, some sort of rusted screw(?), an earring and a necklace. We also dug up a lot of coal that was probably burnt to heat the house a long, long time ago. Our house was built in 1892 (as far as we know). It was just like a treasure hunt!
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Thanks so much for your comment on my blog I LOVE the texture of your background – it’s very dramatic.
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We found a lot of fun things digging the foundation for our house too. Now you make me wish that I had photographed it.
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Thanks, Sheryl. I wanted to capture our finds, since I didn’t know what might come of them. As you know, it gets messy when you’re digging up the yard!
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I love B&W..even if I rarely take them
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I absolutely love black and white photos. It’s amazing how much it changes a picture.
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That really is interesting in black and white!
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Thanks, posh. The black and white definitely made the photo more interesting!
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WOW! Such treasures!!! Another very cool picture Jennifer!!
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Thanks, Chris! I was pretty excited about our treasures.
My WW is kitchen remodeling and thick snow. Happy wordless Wednesday!
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Thanks, Kathy. Heading on over to look at your photos.
I like the use of wood as the background. It looks like a found treasure. Nicely done!
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Thanks. The “treasure” is actually sitting on a wooden adirondack chair.
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Loving all the textures, which a black and white photo allow you to appreciate.
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Absolutely. This picture is so different in color!
Did you ever see that show where they find stuff in an older home, do some research on it and then talk about the history of the home? It’s always fascinating. Don’t you wonder who wore that necklace
Great shot Jen!
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I do wonder, Tania. The family that lived in our house before us was actually there for 90 years. The owners – a brother and sister who were in their 80s – were actually born in the house! So much history. It’s fascinating.
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Hopping over from mauishopgirl. I too would love to know the history. Love the black and white.
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