You might have thankfully forgotten but I’m working my way through the Dogwood 2016 photography challenge. I spared you Red (my efforts were dismal) and I’m not sharing Headshot because Sophisticated Young Lady, the only willing volunteer, is entitled to her privacy.
Which brings us to last week’s challenge: Landscape: Black & White. I went down to the Thames on Sunday afternoon; it was low tide.
An old boat towards Battersea on the south bank.
View from Lambeth Bridge:
And finally, I do believe this is a photographer taking advantage of the low tide!
- None whatsoever as far as photography goes (but I practiced).
- I learned that from the Palace of Westminster it’s much nicer to walk towards St Paul’s than towards Battersea (but I always suspected that, actually).
- Something to consider: Are depressing subjects (such as derelict buildings, rusty boats and refugees) natural candidates for black & white photography? What do you think?