5 Day Black and White Challenge – Day 4

I can’t believe it is already the fourth day of my “5 Day Black and White Challenge”. Again, the rules are: (1) publish a black and white photo every day for 5 days (2) invite someone to participate each day.

I would like to invite Roberta from Words like Honey to participate the challenge. Roberta is someone I would like to hang out with. She is warm, and talented. We can do a lot of fun things together, I am sure!

Last year when we visited Chesapeake Bay area, we saw a man cast-net fishing. It was the first time seeing this for all 5 of us. I bet the guy had never dreamed that one day he would become a superstar — four cameras aimed at him, trying to catch his every movement. 😉

Netting Minnow (31)s

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About Helen C

A retired computer programmer who loves writing and photographing, and has managed to publish a YA novel "Jin-Ling’s Two Left".
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42 Responses to 5 Day Black and White Challenge – Day 4

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Great photo Helen, you got it at the right time, wow!

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  2. Helen, very nice action shot that works so well in monochrome.

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    • Helen C says:

      Good morning, Sally. I think I like tis one in B&W better than in color. Nowadays I always try to convert my photo to B&W just to see. If I don’ like it, I delete it. 😉

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  3. Cee Neuner says:

    You caught his movement wonderfully well. I just stared at this marvelous photo. Excellent.

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  4. neihtn2012 says:

    Nice shot! This is something we don’t see too often in this country. Did he catch anything?

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  5. Adhika says:

    Very nice composition, Helen! Maybe it’s just me but the horizon is a little crooked. Haha.

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    • Helen C says:

      Thanks, Adhika. Not sure. How do you decide where is the horizon line with all those grasses right on the line? I went back to the Photoshop Element and choose a line, which I think should be the horizon line. I did 3 times: once it lowered the left side, once higher and once it remain the same. Can you show me? Please…

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  6. Amy says:

    This photo shot is to die for… I’m in awe!!

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  7. WOW … that looks terrific in B&W. You captured the action in the photo so well.
    Nice !!!! 😃

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  8. seeker says:

    Perfect catch, Helen.

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  9. loisajay says:

    What a great shot, Helen. There is an art to throwing the net and I love to watch it! This is wonderful.

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  10. Well, if the others are as good as yours, Helen, he should be REALLY chuffed ! 🙂

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  11. Sue says:

    This is really eye catching! So cool!

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  12. Sue says:

    Ok I’m not done commenting- the definition in his arms and shirt and the way the whole shot flows – gosh, I could just keep looking at it.

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  13. treerabold says:

    That is a great shot Helen!

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  14. Fabulous capture, Helen. I love the action.

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  15. Fantastic photo Helen. Its just perfect. You have captured such an interesting action at the most right moment. I am so impressed with your photography skills 🙂

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  16. Lignum Draco says:

    Great capture. Great timing.

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  17. Love this composition! Perfectly timed shot! 😉

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