corner view ≈ black & white

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a while ago, before we moved to our new, old house, we lived closer to the river, which cuts right through our small town. i find living in different areas appealing, since changing angles lead to quite different and unexpected hikes. 

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one of my favourite walks used to be alongside the river embankment, up a steep slope, cutting through small woods and ending up over the railway, in a pretty desolated open field. 

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on one of such walks, i took images in a soft toned, near black & white, which left ample room to the imagination, in the afterthought of mentioned itineray. come to {re}think of it, i might just hit that road again, this morning!
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black and white theme on jane's corner view, hosted by francesca.

30 comments :

  1. These are gorgeous shots. I LOVED the first one!

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  2. I went for colorless (and not real b&w photography) too!

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  3. This is a nice walk. Unfortunately I have no flow and no lake near our home. But I would like to take walks.

    Have a good day!

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  4. nadine!

    these are so, sooo great!
    me too, like to walk alongside water

    love

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  5. yes! wonderful! I love the second one! bonne journée!

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  6. You take such beautiful photographs! Wow - I am so impressed. I love almost black and white with the slightest wash of colour - very atmospheric and evocative of evening walks. How did you get this effect?

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  7. i like that! the colour detailes on the grey surroundings... bravo dear Woolf : )

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  8. wow - i love the way the clouds look like they are in the river. beautiful spot xx

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  9. I love your river mirror Woolfy, could look at those clouds for ages...

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  10. I am totally in love with your photo's. beautiful.
    I live right near a river and don't get out there too much - maybe because it's freezing!!

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  11. That's a beautiful walk , the clouds mirrored in the river make my heart melt, xx

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  12. Beautiful! That first one is especially awesome! :>)

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  13. Such a wonderful walk! Your pictures make me even hear some sounds: a gentle quacking of a duck in the background of no.1, some gentle rustling blades of grass in the wind in no.2 and some slightly crunching steps on gravel in no.3...
    (I'm in the mood now to imitate those sounds just as they did for audio dramas in the past...like knocking on coconut shells for riding horses, you know? Haha! We could do a slide show together, you run the diascope, I do the sounds!) :o))

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  14. Beautiful. The world is rather black and white this time of year.

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  15. it looks peaceful and wintery, in that (almost) black and white hue... love the clouds in the river (and are those flowers narcissus?)

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  16. Beautiful! walking next to water (in my case canal) is extremely relaxing and purifying......xx

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  17. perfect shades......peaceful shots!!

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  18. sure looks like a walk to repeat. love the desaturated tones :)

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  19. lovely lovely photos today! Have a great day!

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  20. Your images are just wonderful ~ and I have to say that I think your blog is absolutely lovely ~ I'll be back to have a nose on a regular basis!

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  21. Beautiful shots. So different perspective...

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  22. Fabulous photos! The reflections of the clouds are so crisp!

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  23. Beautiful photos ... I love the mood which such near black and white photographs provide. Definitely worth a return trip! :)

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  24. What beautiful perspectives. (Dare I say dreamy?) I especially enjoyed Black & White & UpsideDown!

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  25. Beautiful reflections,
    dramatic angles...
    hope you had a good walk if you went back again, it looks like an inspiring peaceful place, must be so different each time too, enjoy!!




    one heart in white,
    one heart in black,
    the start of a poem...
    I'll have to come back!

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