B/W Photo Challenge Day #5

Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso

Yesterday was Halloween, today is the Day of The Dead.

If I have taken anything away from Halloween, The Day of the Dead and All Souls Day it’s this- no matter how abandoned a house may look, how lifeless deadfall may look, how dried and on the road to full decay the leaves that are being pushed along the ground by the chilliest of winds is-

you are not seeing these things alone-

something is looking back at you, something is walking along side you, something is trying to whisper into your ear.

Today my B/W Photo Challenge Response was an attempt to express that feeling.

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I’ve titled these pictures:

” I’m Still Here”

Black and White Photo Challenge Day 4

Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso

I took these photos a few years ago, but the fact is I could take a million B/W and a few might even be good but NONE of them will make me feel as lucky as I did on the morning I captured these images in Pioneer Square.

Plus they’re on the spooky side and it is Halloween so here they are:

” Ghost Of Town ”

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B/W Photo Challenge Day2

It’s a funny expression:

” You only see things in black and white”

The expression implies that one who views the world in black and white has an uncompromising view of the world.

I beg to differ.

Here are some of my pictures in black and white- void of color they pose questions, they’re slightly ominious and not so easy to understand.

I call them:

” They Were Right There ”

Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso

B/W Photo Challenge Day 1

These are my responses to the Black and White Photo Challenge.

I wasn’t going to take this challenge up because I’m not a photographer and the pictures I do take and use on my blog aren’t that great- they’re probably not even that good.

But I like to take pictures because I like to tell stories.

So here we go:

I guess my theme here is, things that are almost NOT there.

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Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso