"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood... And sorry I could not travel both. I took the one less traveled by. And that has made all the difference." --Robert Frost

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Photo Challenge - Final Day


About the challenge:

I was invited by Jim of exploRVistas, to take part in a five day black and white photo challenge.
 

 
Day 5 - FINAL DAY
This picture was taken at Lake Umbagog, NH in the fall.

As part of the challenge I want to nominate Dotty Clark of Lockets by Dotty.  Dotty & Doug live in Arizona and have camped all over the state.  Dotty has been doing photography for many years.
 
The only rules of the challenge are:
1. On five consecutive days, create a post using a recent or past photograph in black and white.
2. Invite another blogging friend each day to join in the challenge.

I hope you enjoy my photos, and hopefully Dotty will accept the challenge!

12 comments:

  1. Nice photo! My last post was on my 10 favorite photos of the past year and you know which one everyone is voting on? One that I took outside of Palmetto Island State Park!

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    1. Yep, I voted. I really like this picture in full fall color too.

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  2. Cool photo, Debbie! I love how B&W makes photos look historic. That pic reminds me of some of the old photos of Acadia National Park in Maine, back when John D. Rockefeller hung out there.

    Thanks for accepting the challange!

    Jim

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    1. Thanks Jim. I've enjoyed the challenge and the others that have taken it too!

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  3. I imagine in color the trees are the focus, while in B&W it is the little buoys that draw the eye. Great choice! Thanks for inviting me to "play" - it was fun!!

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  4. I like the different shades of the trees. You've taken some great photos Debbie.

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  5. Nice photo! I don't know why but I love black and white photos but very seldom ever do/keep them. Thanks for commenting on my blog so I could find yours! It is always nice to keep up with everyone. Liz

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  6. Very pretty. I know I left you a message on the Flatiron Hike but noticed it didn't go through. So I'll say it again.... very impressible and kudos for hiking as far as you did. I've only gone about an hour and half up and turned around.

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    1. Thanks, I'll bet you were bummed to turn around too. I'm going to give it another go next year.

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