Compo

A few B&W photos.

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Compo    3,805

I have been asked to do the Facebook 7 day black and white photo challenge so I thought I'd pop a few pictures on here whilst I'm at it:

.  I'm no pro and don't have any editing suites such as Photoshop, so what you see is what the camera saw.

 

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MargieH    3,706

Brilliant and interesting photos, Compo.  Where do the steps lead to?

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plantfit    3,557

Different kind of atmosphere in black and white although I can't see many colours or at least the difference in many colours I can still appreciate the amount of work that has gone into the composition of your photo's, keep posting them

 

Rog

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MargieH    3,706

I'm not going to be able to manage all those steps, so I hope it isn't the stairway to heaven!

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Oztalgian    811

Compo, those biscuits look yummo the square one looks like a shortbread, what is the oval shaped one, is that a shortbread too?

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Compo    3,805

Both Shortbread Oz.  Here in Scotland they do shortbread in all sorts of shapes and sizes.

 

MargieH: the steps are at Keiss harbour in Caithness.  They go up from the harbour to the village at the top of the cliff. ....and it is NOT heaven, NBL.  It is a dire, run-down place witih massive unemployment.

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Compo    3,805

A cottage at Quoybrae for Rog:

 

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Compo    3,805

Grace Darling's tomb at Dunstanburgh, Northumberland:

 

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MargieH    3,706

Compo, we went recently to  Bamburgh and saw Grace Darling's grave in the churchyard there, also a stone carved recumbent image of her inside the church.  

 

I don't think I'll bother trying to climb those steps if they don't lead to heaven!  

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