#CBWC: Using the Letters

This week’s entry for Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge (CBWC) includes photos of anything beginning with the letters “B” or “W”.

Yes, I know it’s snow and snow does not begin with a B or W. However, I took this photo from the patio window on March 17th. Thankfully, we didn’t get much of the white stuff and it didn’t stay on the ground for long.
Flowing water of the Fox River. The Oneida Street bridge spans its width.
Bricks on a path along the Fox River. That long strip of concrete is actually yellow…don’t ask me why.
Books. So many books, so little time. I’ve read most of what’s in the book basket, but there’s more you don’t see – piled on top of this selection or stored in a plastic box. I need a bookshelf!
The view of water over the dam on the Fox River, while standing on the yellow brick above.
A bicycle and the slight whisper of orange.

Join the fun of black and white photography by clicking on the link at the beginning of the post. Details and weekly themes can be found HERE and Cee publishes the B&W post around mid to late morning CST on her main blog page HERE.

17 responses to #CBWC: Using the Letters

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    In your first photo, taken through a window counts as does “white stuff” for snow. LOL You have some marvelous photos this week. 😀

  2. Dan Antion says:

    I was wondering when the bicycle would show. These are wonderful photos, Mary. I can see you are enjoying this challenge.

  3. JoAnna says:

    So many books, so little time…. I have shelves AND piles. I like that whisper of orange.

  4. I love that you made a story of these photos, Mary J. That first one looks just about like a blizzard to me, so you’ve got the B and the W covered! 😀 Stay safe and warm. Hugs on the wing!

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Thanks Teagan! The trees here are starting to leaf out, so I think the “S” word is no longer in the forecast. 🙂😎

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