Well I am really getting my teeth into this challenge, so today I am going to play around with a series of photos taken in 2012 at the jazz and vintage car festival in Tauranga New Zealand. (click on the link to go to a post I did back then)
I’ve decided to try people in black and White.
The era of jive was alive and kicking at the festival. I caught this couple dancing in the streets to a jazz quartet.
The music created a happy vibe.
This group combined their music with a ride in a vintage car.
The vintage car owners all dressed the part and the sun shone on the parade.
I don’t know who is the oldest, the driver or the car…
Finally I have put these 3 photos in different styles. They must’ve been so hot in those fur capes on a sunny, hot New Zealand summer day, but they looked the part.
Gwennie of “Gwennie’s Garden” has invited me to join in. I love to visit Gwennie, her blog is filled with gorgeous photos of flowers and succulents from her garden and interspersed with stories of her travels. Well worth a visit.
There are only two rules for this challenge:
1. On 5 consecutive days, create a post using either a past or recent photo in B&W.
2. Each day invite another blog friend to join in the fun.
Today I would like to nominate Dawn of “The day after” for this challenge, but only if you have the time Dawn. Dawn is a prolific blogger and loves both words and photography. The short stories and articles she does for the various challenges are worth popping over to read and her photos are always amazing. As well as those interests she runs 2 monthly challenges, “lingering look at Architecture” and “lingering look at windows” check them out, you may like to join in.
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Thanks for the link Jill
Your portrait photos have come out so well in B&W, Pauline. I think they’re among the best in the series. Especially the one of the young couple dancing and the gentleman with the double bass. They look like they’re having so much fun!