January Challenge: Black and White… Entry #9 A Fond Look Back

Marylin is still hanging out in Plano and loves to explore the different parks in the area. She has sent these photos that were taken at Harry Meyers Park in Rockwall. You will have to look closely as the first was shot in color and then the next was with selective coloring, followed by a black and white image.

A Fond Look Back (Photo by Marylin)

A Fond Look Back
(Photo by Marylin)


A Fond Look Back with Selective Coloring (Photo by Marylin)

A Fond Look Back with Selective Coloring
(Photo by Marylin)


A Fond Look Back in Black and White (Photo by Marylin)

A Fond Look Back in Black and White
(Photo by Marylin)


Thanks Marylin for your submissions. It is interesting to see the subtle difference between the one with selective coloring and the black and white. You may click on each photo to see in a larger size.

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6 thoughts on “January Challenge: Black and White… Entry #9 A Fond Look Back

  1. I love how in the selective coloring there is a bit of warmth on the old barn, tractor and a bit of the grass. Certainly gives it a “down-home” feel. I think you have illustrated that there are many choices when it comes to presenting our photos and gives us more reason to play with our images!

  2. All the images are beautiful. Love the individual images that gave different characteristics to a single picture. It so amazing how a color correction can enhance the beauty of a single picture. Thank you for sharing these pictures Marylin.

  3. My kind of image and my fave is the back-in-the-day black and white although sepia might be a more accurate back-in-the-day?

  4. I missed seeing this wonderful image last week, which is good only because it gives me a lovely experience this morning. It’s indeed an example where monochrome is better. I like the selective color one too.

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