Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Reflections and Shadows
The beauty of Alaska!
Stunning! This I like in black and white!
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Thanks. To be honest, I am not sure which I like better. The colored one gives an icy, chill feeling, which is somewhat lost in black and white. But black and white does a wonderful job outline the mountains. I am still thinking… 😉 I will post the original one on my next post, and I am looking forward to hearing what you think.
Oh, Helen! Beautiful in B&W! The water looks like a sheet of glass.
Thanks, Lois. It’s beautiful there! On the second day of our trip, my husband asked me, “You are not thinking of moving here, are you?” 😉
Simply divine. Spectacular. Picturesque. The mountains in the distance look surreal. Lovely composition too. Hope you enjoyed your time in Alaska 🙂
Thanks, Mabel. I love Alaska! But I was there in their early fall, which is the most beautiful time of the year. 😉
Welcome home, Helen! This is such an amazing shot!
Thank you, Adhika. It’s beautiful there! If one keeps clicking, I am sure, 50% would looks good 😉 Have I missed any of your photos? I got sick after the trip so I haven’t had a chance to check yet. I will…
OMG, you went to Alaska!!! Great shot, Helen! We took a 10-day cruise to Alaska, a decade ago… 🙂
Thank you, Amy. Yes, Alaska! We took 7 days cruise, plus Denali National Park. Rained 50% of the time, but we were grateful it was sunny on that particular day at Glacier 😉
I bet it was beautiful when sun came out after the rain! 🙂
Alaska has come into our radar recently. This photo intrigues me that much more. It is stunning! Did you do a cruise?
Thanks, Sue. Yes, we took 7 day cruise, plus Denali National Park. My heart would love to travel like you. I mean biking, hiking… I can see there are so many places to go. But my body could only take an easy way 😉
No matter how one travels the experience is fabulous!
I agree. And I can make up for the fun I’ve missed by reading your blog ;-), which I truly enjoy of doing. By the way, I just finished reading Wild, and felt as if I was on the trail with the author. Ha.
I haven’t read that yet but hope to. Always happy to have you in my virtual backpack Helen. 🙂
I like the wide angle you have in your photograph Helen 😀 😀 😀 Also the subtle reflections. You photo is gorgeous. How was your trip? I have missed you.
Thanks, Cee. We had a wonderful trip even though it rained 50% of the time. 😉 Alaska is beautiful! I have heard so much about the beauty of Alaska, but I was still a little surprised 😉
I’ve missed you too. Can’t think of any good title for your new challenge, sorry. I am not good in coming up a title. I am so looking forward to seeing how it will work though.
I’m lousy with titles. However, there is one Judy (Life Lessons) suggested I’m going to use. I’ll make an announcement tomorrow. I would like to see this photo in color, I bet it is just as spectacular.
beautiful, absolutely beautiful
Good morning, Ruth. Thank you for your comment. It is a breathtaking place indeed.
I would love to just go sit there and watch the reflections.
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I sure hope you are having a wonderful week.
Thank you, Cee. I am smiling 😉 and will smile the whole day! What an honor!
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Fascinating shot. Alaska is a beautiful place. I have not been there but seen so many beautiful photos. And now your lovely shot tempts me to travel there soon. Thanks so much Helen for the inspiration 🙂
Welcome back and what an entrance! Stunning photo!
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