Friday, August 20, 2010

Skywatch Friday - B&W Weekend

A Big Sky looks as impressive in black and white as in color, don't you think?


Unknown said... [Reply to comment]

Yes, it certainly does! Somewhat cool and lonely, though. I know from friends it hasn't been too cool in OK lately, however.

Jim said... [Reply to comment]

Great B&W shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Sharon's Mum Anne said... [Reply to comment]

I think my preference is colour on sky shots.

You asked about hedgehogs in your last post and they are lovely, flea-ridden creatures who do tremendous good in the garden. Sadly they are usually viewed as road-kill on the roads of Britain, one rarely views them in the "flesh" so to speak. There are a lot of animal hospitals set up especially for nursing hedgehogs called Mrs Tiggywinkles after the Beatrice Potter creature.

DrillerAA said... [Reply to comment]

Absolutely. B&W is always a good choice for sky photos. Well done Bill.

Elleona said... [Reply to comment]


En effet, que voilà un beau ciel nuageux annonciateur de pluie ! Les teintes B&W le rendent plus oppressant...

michael said... [Reply to comment]

Living where I do, we so seldom get big dramatic skies like this. It was the sky that I remember most about the central states.

Yogi♪♪♪ said... [Reply to comment]

I like how those clouds just seem to roll on forever.

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

I love the way you included so little of land at the bottom. Makes the sky looks vaguely scary and so huge!

Mona Sweden said... [Reply to comment]

Impressive indeed! Clouds are so fascinating. Very dramatic.

Rune Eide said... [Reply to comment]

Around here we se fore grey ones than blue ones - and I agree with you.

Dragonstar said... [Reply to comment]

Oh yes - skies are great in black and white!

paul said... [Reply to comment]

Very impressive clouds!

Piyush Garyali said... [Reply to comment]

Stunning shot Bill.