Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White…casting a long shadow

Posted: July 18, 2016 in Phoneography Challenge
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As I get this post ready, I’m in my last several days in France. If all goes as planned, when this goes live, I’ll be sleeping peacefully in my bed. But this morning, Friday, we wakened to the news about the horrific attack in Nice.  My thoughts and prayers go out to those who lost loved ones and those struggling for life or against injuries. Black and white seems appropriate for the day.

copyright janet m. webb 2016

(Sunday night…home safe, sound, and tired.)

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Comments
  1. Prior-2001 says:

    I know – such sad news – and the shadow and glass fit nicely with this time of grieving for those in Nice – and the police we lost here in the states ….

  2. Ruth says:

    Beautiful image, Janet

  3. Your image is a metaphor for the horrific events worldwide. Humanity has this long shadow across its history, and unfortunately adding more of its effects to our story. Also the reflection is apt. Happy Photo Challenge.

  4. The glass doth indeed seem emptied today….
    let us pray it will not shatter,

  5. So glad you made it home safe\. Your image is so quiet and dramatic.It speaks volumes

  6. Half empty/half full? A fitting thought for us all.
    Ω

  7. Lena says:

    Very suitable picture for the day, so horrifying with all these attacks lately , you don’t know what to say really. Words are not enough 😦

  8. The news was just so sad, especially when children are involved. This is a very emotional image – a lone glass of water.

  9. Glad you made it home safe. This image speaks volumes.

  10. Angeline M says:

    I love this in black and white with the reflection and sparkling rays in the middle of the glass. Let’s hope we can find some rays of light in our center selves to get through the continuing horrors going on in this world. Glad you are home safe.

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