Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Sculptures, Statues, Carvings

My contribution to this challenge, in the order of its caption:

Sculpture of St Alphonsus in Marble

Sculpture of St Alphonsus in Marble

Iron Statue of a boy in deep thought.

Iron Statue of a boy in deep thought.

Carving of an Alligator out of a trunk of an old oak tree.

Carving of an Alligator out of a trunk of an old oak tree.

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5 responses to “Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Sculptures, Statues, Carvings

  1. These are all great photos, but I really like the alligator the best. 😀

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  3. Three interesting choices, not sure if the 1st image meets the monochrome criteria we would use here in competitions.
    Great captures all the same.

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    • I left it in its natural state since it only had natural marble shades. I love the cheeky way photo experts take actual black & white items with just 1 speck of color in it for impact, so I thought I’d leave it as is. 🙂

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      • Sounds good to me. Sometimes photographers, myself included, get carried away with definitions and ignore the pleasing qualities
        Of the photos we look at. It’s like being chained to the rule of thirds. Absurd .

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