Here are may humble contributions to Lens-Artists Challenge #156: Black and White. Taken as a whole, or each individually, I am trying to say something about the absence of color.
Because Jez posted swans in his most recent Water Water Everywhere and because I am a big, ol’ copy cat, I am posting swans. Note the collar around the neck of the swan in the front of the second photograph. Two of the swans engaged in raucous behavior. One insisted on biting the tail feathers of the other. I don’t know if this was just plain aggression, play or even mating ritual?
Try clicking on the images above for a better look.
It’s hard to imagine a place on Earth that’s more lush and verdant than the islands of the South Seas. These photos were taken on an island in the Pacific Ocean. Can you guess which one?
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As fate would have it, my last post was of a waterfall. While I could have easily “double-dipped,” that’s not how I roll. This sort of thing has been happening all the time. For instance, Cee may post a particular image for her Flower of the Day Challenge (FOTD) and I will have just posted something that fits perfectly with its theme. At this point, I’m about ready to bill myself as “Russell, photographer and psychic.”
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Maui, June 2002, Wailea Beach
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This is my entry Granny Shot It’s Water Water Everywhere Challenge for August 31, 2019. It was taken in 2002 near Makina in Maui. I believe that the island on the right is Kahoolawe.
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