Wednesday, April 08, 2009

A drop of black and white!

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The theme for this weeks True Colours Thursday
is Black and White.

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I'm staying very local for my selection of photographs this week. The first is a close up of the sign on the village green at Five Ashes. .
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Just down the road from me there are several of these white look-out shelters where you can stand and stare out to sea. As you can see from the little girl on the bench this really is a black and white picture!
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About five miles along the coast is the fishing town of Hastings. These are just a few of the black fisherman's huts just back from the beach.



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An Elizabethan building in the ancient city of Winchester, once the capital of England and home to King Arthur and Oliver Cromwell. The King can be seen looking down from high on the market cross.
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Finally a picture taken at the foot of one of the seven dramatic white chalk cliffs that dominate the coast in my part of England.
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Next week we move from chalk to lime! To see other contribution to True Colours click HERE
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7 comments:

  1. Excellent selection of B&W photo's, each special in their own way.

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  2. i think you live in the most beautiful place!

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  3. A varied collection - quite a travel brochure.

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  4. A lovely selection of photos....

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  5. Nice pictures. I like the white cliffs. It's a long time since I've stood beneath those cliffs. It was nice to see them again.

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  6. Love the old sign, and those while cliffs are amazing. Good go!

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