#SundayStills ~ Black and White Days #Photography #Nature

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature, hosted by Terri Webster Shrandt. This week’s theme is daylight in black and white. I’ve chosen a selection of photos all taken during daylight hours.


The first two are images of the ruins of Whitby Abbey.

These were all taken in Cornwall. If memory serves, clockwise from the left, Mevagissey, St Ives and Godrevy lighthouse.

During a visit to Rippon in Yorkshire we saw this little ruin in the town which is the remains of the medieval St Anne’s Chapel Hospital, and in contrast the impressive cathedral.

On the left is an image from Snowdonia, on the right a stretch of the Llangollen canal.

And finally, the ruins of Helmsley castle and a small graveyard of trees on Llanddwyn beach on Angelsey.

13 thoughts on “#SundayStills ~ Black and White Days #Photography #Nature

  1. Your B&W daylight photos are stunning, Cathy! I love that last one of the beach…I think that is a bucket-list B&W goal for me to capture. The Tudor house on the canal is fabulous! B&W really captures the textures like your images of the abbey! Well-done!

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  2. Beautiful images Cathy, Cornwall looks especially atmospheric in black & white 💛 Hope you’re having a peaceful weekend and much love from our house to yours 🤗💕🐕 xxx

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  3. Such lovely photos, Cathy. I love black and white photos. It’s funny that when I was a teenager and color photos came out, I thought that was the greatest thing ever, but now I can see the beauty in black and white photos that I couldn’t see then. I hope you are doing well. I think of you often. Maybe one of these days I’ll get back to keeping up with everyone again. I miss my online friends. Take care. Love and hugs.

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    1. Thanks so much, Michelle. I know what you mean about B&W, they just give images a whole different perspective. I hope all is well with you, I’ve been thinking about you too. Look after yourself. Sending much love xx

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