This week’s challenge is black and white and I confess that I don’t know how to do this on my iPad and as my life is quite hectic right now, I don’t have time to figure out if and how I can do it. But here’s my photo that turned out to be black and white.(Perhaps this is ironic, as there’s a drink, made with Guinness and a pale ale, called a black-and-tan.)   Since the “rules” are rather flexible here and the participants forgiving, I believe this will be acceptable. If not, I’m ready to dodge the virtual wet noodle flogging.

To see the” legitimate” entries, click here.  I’ll be doing another (unexpected) two-day driving trip, so once again, I must apologize for possibly not getting to visit everyone else’s entries or sites.  The next two weeks will be crazy and then I hope I’ll be back to a more regular schedule.  Thanks for your understanding and for all your likes and comments.  It means a lot to me!

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Comments
  1. nice one, actually i also want to try taking photo to be in black and white without using any filter but using the color of subject that I photograph.

  2. Very inviting as I am not sure what I am viewing, which is why I like it. Happy Phoneography Challenge.

    • It’s the shadow (elongated) of a Guinness glass. I liked that I was able to get black and white naturally, although I took it some weeks ago, not for the challenge. One day soon I’ll look at getting to B&W by editing, but for now, natural works. 🙂

      janet

  3. Guinness looks good no mater how its poured (shot).

  4. Angeline M says:

    No wet noodle flogging from me. I really like this.

  5. The very first picture on my Black and white post is actually unfiltered, taken in colour but yes the subject itself was already black and white. (lol! all the rest are filtered)… and I think this shot looks great with the reflection of the water on the image. I love the idea of it. 🙂

  6. Sea Play Photography says:

    cool shot!

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