On the Beach – the Black & White Photography Project

Here are some photos I took recently when we stopped in Swansea for lunch and a bit of fresh air… I’ll be posting more about our stop in a few days, but for now I wanted to share these black & white shots for PODcast’s photography project.

I haven’t joined in with this one for a while, and I have missed the challenge it presents. Editing in black & white, and taking photographs with it in mind, is a whole other ball game to “standard” photography. Here are my four favourite monochrome shots from our day…

Burnt out campfire
Burnt out campfire
Mumbles Lighthouse
Mumbles Lighthouse
Crow
Crow
Symmetry - building a sand pile
Symmetry – building a sand pile

2 thoughts on “On the Beach – the Black & White Photography Project

  1. Oh wow, I just love these. I never manage to edit my photos other than the basic editor on my phone or through instagram. I think black and white can make such a great difference to an image though, learning to take better photos and edit them is high up on my list of things to do when I have a bit of time. I particularly love the one of the children playing in the sand. I feel as if it’s almost captured the movement of what they were doing. What a beautiful memory for you to treasure.x

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