Back of things- B&W challenge


I took part in the worldwide photo walk least Saturday through the streets of St. Peter port, Guernsey. I like taking the back of things and people, so these two fit Cee's B&W challenge this week. I hope you agree that both have story line.

With thanks to Cee for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Back of Things | Cee's Photography




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hi! i am Anne (hence vANNilla) - two 'N's autocorrect WILL autocorrect - grrrrrr I can most often be found cooking up a storm in the kitchen,(with my trusty thermomix) behind a camera or a kindle. If you are a traveller/photographer my bog is @vannilla If you have come as a baker my blog is i studied economics in Edinburgh in the early 70's; now retired from a day job, on paper i have plenty of time to explore the blogosphere and enjoy the shared experiences of others. like every other retiree i know we wonder how we fitted in a day job. I split my time between Guernsey,. In the Channel Islands -a 20-odd square mile island with 60thousand+ inhabitants- and Phoenix, Arizona. The mix is perfect- the former is beautiful but attacks of cabin fever are never too far away. Arizona, on the other hand IS king of the open road and has THE biggest bluest sky EVER. my blogs revolve around baking (vannillarock) and photography/travel if you like what you see please do start a conversation :)

7 thoughts on “Back of things- B&W challenge”

  1. Many thanks Sue
    Yep Guernsey is full on narrow lanes and steep stairs.
    Like many others I often neglect where I live and then takes hundreds of shots of narrow lanes and stairs in far flung places :/

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  2. Anne I especially love the photo of climbing the stairs. Such a wonderful perspective to transport the reader puffing up the staircase. Very effective in black and white giving a historical feel.

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  3. Haha I know what you mean about the knees- but it’s worse coming down!
    My Hong Kong bench was my entry for bench series and yes I think the old guy was pondering whether his wife had fallen down a big hole LOL! Thanks Anabel


  4. I do agree! I wonder what the two women are saying to each other? It might be “Oh, my knees!” That’s what I’d be saying, but it looks more confiding than that. The man on the bench looks as though he has been waiting for someone for quite some time and is getting a bit fed up. It would fit Jude’s bench series this month, do you follow that?

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