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Catmendo

Gray days...

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A photo's personality takes on an entirely different meaning when viewed in black & white. I was playing with a few subject I had shot recently and here's the results.

A Church Steeple in Winnipeg caught my eye, especially with the sun being partially blocked out by an elm tree.

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A thick layer of fog appearing through the fields and marshes near my home.

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I shot this old warehouse in Winnipeg's core area the other evening as the sun was beginning to pour down the street.

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These shadows caused by the sun being blocked out by the railing on the front veranda of our home looked interesting at the time.

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Even these dandelions that have gone to seed looked interesting enough to play with...

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Nice variety Stu, I like those last dandelion shots.

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Lots of good interpretation of light to spend time with there, Stu. I have to say I like the church steeple best of all.

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that shot of the river system is flipping awesome. Nice photos Cat!

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