65 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. I looked at this for a very long time. It reminds me of a place near where I grew up called, Quarry Pond, and the reason is…is was all overgrown, the pond itself filled with green algae, and steps led to a clearing above it that were from something…a house, a church..that had existed, eons ago.

    was a kid, so my fascination with ruins of the past had yet to be ignited. When I think now, how we’d fearlessly go there, never thinking gee…this could be dangerous.

    I hadn’t thought of Quarry Pond in decades Dale, and my definition of a great photograph has always been, what does it evoke…what emotion and memory, along with inspiration does it bring to the eyes upon it. You never fail to do that for me. πŸ™‚

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  2. Q

    Monochrome gives us a completely different value from black and white, doesn’t it? I mean, unlike black and white which tricks our mind into thinking the photograph is rather dated, or color which tricks it into thinking the photograph was taken in present day, monochrome leaves us guessing most of the time.

    As for this capture, lemme guess. The steps up to Congress? Okay, maybe the town hasn’t let itself go to THAT extent just yet. And the body of water tells me I’m wrong.

    I like this venture. I like it a lot.


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  3. Black and white is such a great perspective. Someone just put up a post saying color is descriptive but black and white is interpretive and I thought that was so on point! Stuck with me πŸ™‚

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