Blogging / Grayscale / Nikkor Lenses / Nikon Z50 Somewhere On A Lonely Road 3rd April 2023 John16 Comments Share this:Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
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I like B&W photos, very nice John !
Thank you, Susan, stripping the colors out can radically alter almost any photo to create a sense of ethereal or even improve a photo that you don’t like. ☺️
I like the black and white!
Thanks very much, Eugi! Removing the colors can sometimes save a bad photo which these weren’t. ❤️
You’re most welcome, John.
These do work well in B/W
I agree, Derrick! Sometimes a photo is just better without it’s colors. ☺️
Form and mood determines it for me
A very discerning taste, Derrick! ☺️
Thanks a lot
Every time I see your road signs, I think your speed is so slow. (thinking in metric). When we first got out Jeep, I accidentally switched the speedometer from kilometers to miles. I couldn’t figure out why 70 km per hour seemed so bloody fast driving through the industrial park. Oops. Have to keep these things straight.
Oh my gosh, I’m glad that you didn’t get a ticket or get hurt, Anne Marie! I’ve never been a fan of the metric system, and why should the States have two systems? I follow some folks in the UK and some of them always use our Imperial system. 🇬🇧🇺🇸🇨🇦
I thought the UK was Metric. I doubt that people even noticed how fast I was driving. Most of them were speeding – with a cell phone in one hand and a coffee cup in the other.
Man, that stuff really grinds my gears. 😞 I watched a woman in the car on my left at a traffic light today for possibly 45 seconds. She has no idea that her distraction could kill her and/or others. Sometimes they look up and are surprised to see someone watching them.
Cell phones scare me way more than anyone drinking and driving. Drinking and driving is dangerous, but at least lost drivers who have a couple of drinks can still see the road. Someone looking at a cell phone – you don’t have a chance.
That is a very good way to look at this situation, Anne Marie. I agree. ❤️
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