Friday, May 21, 2010

emotions

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I think black and white photography is so captivating. It is classic and is able to tell a story by focusing more on emotions than colors....or something like that.

Speaking of emotions...I'm feeling it today...life is GOOD! HAPPY FRIDAY!

{via here & here}

13 comments:

Tim and Darcy said...

These pics are fabulous! I love the one of the momma and her little girl playing in the water, and the girl on the bike.....and, and....all of them really! Happy Friday to you, too :)

beki said...

Happy friday to you!! I *love* the photos of Jackie Kennedy and SJP!!

The Waits said...

Isn't it wonderful to feel happy! I completely enjoy those days! Yesterday, I sat my 9 month old son under our peach tree..we ate, and had good conversation! It made me happy!

bazaarofserendipity said...

AWWW i just love these. Especially of Jackie O and SJP :-) my faves!

www.bazaarofserendipity.blogspot.com

Dressing On The Side said...

great pics! love black and white...timeless.

Mackenzie {Design Darling} said...

i am obsessed with the bicycle shot. black and white photography can be so very beautiful. happy weekend to you and your adorable family!

Mande said...

Happy Friday!!! Love this post!

Bohemianwhimsey said...

Black and White photos are timeless, like a favorite black and white dress you can never get tired of. You've got a Wonderful blog, it's a joy to read and look through all the gorgeous photos :) Happy Happy Friday !!!

Marketing Unscrambled, learn to earn 14 said...

Those are so nice. The emotions are shown so well in these photos. Love black and white photos. Have a great weekend.

Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled'

Whitney said...

I find freckles so beautiful and have always wanted them on my face like the first picture. I have to agree black and white photography is gorgeous. We should do a Photog session for each other.

a pina colada said...

I'm a fan of B&W photography too. It is so timeless and I agree it ads to the emotions. Love all of these photos.

Selena said...

So exact in your description of the not-so-subtle-nuance and special beauty of B&W. I often get so caught up in the divine visual feast found in colour, texture and design and the emotions immediately gained, that I often forget about the charm one has to work for with B&W. Then again, sometime it just hits you immediately.

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