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Black & White Thread Volume X

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    • #277120
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Photographs Of Clouds in Black and White Launches Its Tenth Volume!

      Arizona B&W#110

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    • #277168
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      And here we go again after the absolute magic of your Arizona B&W#107, Michael, followed by Hans’s wildly evocative Whirling Dervish, and the perfect nightcap of your Arizona B&W#108. And what a lovely launch this is! I like the softness of your first image for Volume X very much. It reminds me a dream’s beginning, of hypnagogic images beginning to take shape, seductive sirens of that other world.

      IMG_7489_BW_And Then The Fun BeginsAnd Then The Fun Begins

    • #277331
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Aah Keelin!  The fun of the Surreal what Clouds are meant for!

      Arizona B&W#111

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    • #277525
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#112

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    • #277645
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#113

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    • #277654
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Wow, Wow, Wow, Michael! And the energy in that last one is absolutely ecstatic. Here is some chi in a different arrangement.

      IMG_8775_BW_Chi

    • #277825
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Thank you Keelin!  I like your mysterious  Orb of the Undulatus Chi

      Arizona B&W#114

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    • #277996
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#115

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    • #278153
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#116

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    • #278271
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#117

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    • #278274
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Great motion in the images above, Michael, and your Arizona #114 is a new favorite.IMG_8961_BWRagged Tutu

    • #278315
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      And this is Volume X already. Time flies! And what a great start with Arizona B&W #110 followed by contributions with a lot of chi for sure. #111 and the ragged tutu are my favorites. Back again, so ….

      2018-06 Charigny_0090 B&W an klein

      Hello There!

    • #278383
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Welcome back, Hans! Dive right in ~~~ Volume X is bound to be amazing in whatever direction it flows.

      IMG_9301_BW_Tidal SwayTidal Sway

    • #278424
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Hey Hans!

      Arizona B&W#118

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    • #278488
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Quite subtle Michael your B&W #118. And amazing it is Keelin,  your Tidal Sway.

      2018-06 Charigny_0180-2

      Heavy

       

    • #278540
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Great mood swings in the two images above, Michael and Hans! And both with their own special appeal.

      Can’t say if this next one falls in between or? What it is ain’t exactly clear, but offered here for what it’s worth (with a nod to Buffalo Springfield for inspiring the title).

      IMG_8732_BW_There's Something Happening HereThere’s Something Happening Here

    • #278613
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Getting in tune…

      2018-06 Charigny_0100-2

      What It Is Ain’t Exactly Clear

    • #278679
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Perhaps not exactly clear, but certainly intriguing, Hans! Shall we shine a light and go spelunking?

      IMG_9310_Cave of DreamsCavern of Dreams

    • #278778
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Exploring a cavern of dreams! Nice stalactites with striking light. Coming deeper in teh cavern the ceiling wasn’t visible anymore and the stalactites had grown larger….

      2018-05 Wolken_0237-2

    • #278853
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Amongst many issues,,I am no longer being offered the ability to download pics here, Other things here no longer work for me either. So until things get fixed,,yes I tried another server, enjoy the clouds!
      MEL

    • #278910
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Testing on this side op the pond shows no problems with posting a picture Michael. Something local?

      2018-05 Wolken_0261-3

      Embedded

    • #278981
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Hans ..When the gallery’s changes began earlier this week, my problems began. The member count on home page hit 44,000 but now it shows 43,978. Yesterday it showed 43986..Its like im going back in time here. I cannot ” like” a gallery photo. As said, there is no drop down for me to download pics with. There is no Cloud logo to click on to return to home page…Firefox, Safari, don’t matter. Seems changing the Gallery also changed other things without realizing it. I haven’t changed anything . I clear history once a day. Its in the ” developers” hands to fix.

      M.E.L

    • #278995
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Too bad Michael. Strange that functinality can differ on each side of the pond. I would not expect that. It seems to be very difficult to change things without some regression. I am sure it will be solved soon.

    • #279000
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Michael, so sorry to hear about this odd glitch and hope it is resolved soon. We’ll miss your eyes on the AZ skies until then.

      IMG_8727_BW_Snagged!Snagged!

    • #279232
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      I had to look thrice but it seems you got some large tailed shark on the hook Keelin. Very nice.

      2018-05 Wolken_0366 B&W an klein

      Layered

    • #279304
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Ah hooked indeed! It also made me think of Michael being caught by the glitch he described and wondering what might be the cause. I so hope he’s able to rejoin us soon.

      Meanwhile, I like that layered look very much, Hans, with the subtle mystery of the two forms. The image below shows two separate but intersecting forms. Something about it reminds me of the spark that happens when friends cross paths.

      IMG_9097_BW_Crossing PathsCrossing Paths

    • #279375
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Yes, strange glitch is bothering Michael. One site (?) showing different behavior at different locations is a novelty I did not know of so far. I am sure they are working n it Michael. We look forward for more AZ skies.

      There is electricity in Crossing Paths Keelin. Love it.

      2018-04-21 Charigny_0202 B&W ns59-035-183 klein

      Some More Electricity

    • #279845
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

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      Dutch B&W

    • #279928
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      What a surreal skyscape you’ve captured in Dutch B&W, Hans. Fantastic in the illusion it creates. I should like very much to go there and explore.

      IMG_9317_BW_Breaking ThroughBreaking Through

    • #280072
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      With Breaking Through I have this association with the dunes of a sand desert with some blows of dust. But also of a seascape with some patches of fog. Enchanting Keelin.

      2018-06Wolken_0010-5

      Under Pressure

    • #280129
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Wow, Hans! What an extraordinary shot!

      IMG_9315_BW_No PressureSomething’s Bound To Give Way

    • #280286
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Mysterious combination of image and title Keelin. Something someone can dwell on longer. It suggests even a galactic scale. Very nice.

      2018-06 Wolken_0069-3

      Mainstream #4

       

    • #280665
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      2018-06 Charigny_0213-2

      A Huge Hangover

    • #280838
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Very funny, Hans – or maybe not so funny, if it’s too close to home! Not sure which might be worse…IMG_6499_BW_A Huge Overhang.A Huge Overhang

    • #280883
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Nice arching Overhang Keelin. It seems to be sculpted.

      It is a head aching choice you put forward. But A Huge Overhang makes me feel relieved for it will Gimme Shelter for the rain that is expected to fall.

      2018-06 Charigny_0182-2

      • #280973
        Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
        Participant

        Hans, it’s a good thing you’ve got good shelter there from the elements — especially if there are any rolling stones in the mix. One would be wise to heed the warning of the bard…

        IMG_8625_BW_Hard RainIt’s A Hard Rain’s a-Gonna Fall

         

    • #280965
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      It appears functionality has been restored!  In celebration I post the below adding to the fine and fun body of work here!

      Arizona B&W#119

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    • #280968
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Wonderful to have you back, Michael! And with your usual flair for fantastic images.

      IMG_9330_BW_Hurray!Hurray!

    • #281063
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Yes Hurray! Quite a joyful and very applicable picture Keelin.

      Very nice and strange figure – like a sculpture of frozen movement – to pick up the thread with Michael.

      And yes A Hard Rain Did Fall Keelin. That is another nice Rothko from you, now in B&W.

      I was happy with my shelter, nevertheless…

      2018-06 Charigny_0192-2

      A little rain never hurt no one (another bard: Tom Waits)

    • #281290
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#120

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    • #281323
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      So true, Hans, and even though it looks a bit foreboding, there’s a gentle feel to it. Mr. Waits might have written very different lyrics to An Emotional Weather Report if he’d had your image in mind.

      And ah, Michael, a lovely shadow of what may come to pass…IMG_7984_When Moths Get The MuchiesWhen Moths Get The Munchies

    • #281408
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      That mister Waits would have wrote different lyrics after seeing the rainy part of this thread is a very amusing and challenging thought, Keelin. Moreover you just gave the explanation for the way lacunosus arises.

      And I am still going back to the strange form Michael captured in Arizona B&W#119. Intriguing picture as well as #120.

      2018-06 Wolken_0137-2

      Fishing

       

       

       

    • #281441
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Thank goodness I have the clouds to escape to..

      Arizona B&W#121

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    • #281519
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Hans, I’m hooked! And in total agreement with you, Michael. Love the gesture in the figural escapee you’ve captured above.

      IMG_8694_BW_WindedWinded

    • #281620
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#122

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    • #281636
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      2018-05 Wolken_0347-3

      No Escape

    • #281686
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      IMG_8753_BW_Some Sticky StuffSome Sticky Stuff

    • #281727
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#123

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    • #281797
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      2018-05 Wolken_0345-2

      Ragged

    • #281895
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W# 124

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    • #281959
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      I love the different textures of Sticky Stuff, Arizona B&W#123 and #124, Michael and Keelin. The three pictures show a great variety in texture and each has its own appeal.

      2018-06 Wolken_0201-2

      Mystical

    • #282066
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Thanks Hans..Thats the fun, to get our eyes to sense the same way a finger tip feels!

      Arizona B&W# 125

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    • #282075
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Fascinating and curious separation in your Ragged cloud, Hans. Never seen anything quiet like it. And I like it!

      Also like Mystical very much with its lofting silkiness.

      And could not agree more with you, Michael, about the sensing of what we see. Love those AZ textures you continue to bring us.

      IMG_8802_BW_Eyes Touching SkiesEyes Touching Skies

       

    • #282152
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Yes Keelin, great texture in #125 again and you yourself caught it it as well in Eyes Touching Skies.

      Love the thought of seeing like the fingertips feel Michael. I take that thought serious, but next one is too nice to leave unused……

      2018-06 Wolken_0213-3

      A close-up of a fingertip feeling with its eyes closed somehow

    • #282259
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      A watery feel to your close-up, Hans. And even with eyes closed, one might still detect the subtle shadow of one who leaps across the pond.

      IMG_8017_BW_Hans's Goat RevisitedReturn Of The Goat

    • #282369
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#126

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    • #282385
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      I love the flowering pattern of B&W#126 Michael. Beware that it won’t be eaten by some bypassing goat that has developed the habit of hopping from one side of the pond to the other.

      I saw your thin Asperitas on the color thread. From this side of the pond one in B&W just a few days ago.

      2018-06 Wolken_0178-3

    • #282434
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Love your AZ B&W#126, Michael! The funny thing is, while Hans sees an appetizing, flowery pattern, somehow I see a fantastic portrait of the goat itself. Is it time to visit the eye doctor (or one of a different vocation)?

      That question aside, these Asperitas clouds you two have been spotting are easy on the eyes with their gentle appearance. Here, it is not so. This almost landed on my noggin. Who knows what I might have seen then.

      2017-12-07 16.18.48_BW_AvalancheAvalanche

    • #282545
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#127

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    • #282782
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#128

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    • #282853
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Michael, I love the subtle play of light and shadow in your Arizona B&W#127, and the haunting, surreal quality of #128 is superb.

      IMG_7733_A Rush Of WingsA Rush of Wings

    • #282891
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Very nice texture work on the butterfly wings Keelin! Nice Shot!

      #127 transistioned to CAS a tad bit darker than I see it on my computer but the interplay between the crepuscular the very thin streams of virga tail remain evident. That was one of those take a quick look behind me to see if anything else is goin on shots , during a session.

      #128..a straight up thru the roiling passing overhead clouds shot. Yea, can be another reality experience!

      Arizona B&W#129

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    • #283137
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      I see an avalanche of great B&W’s falling in our noggin! Rush of Wings is very subtle Keelin. Love it. And I agree about Arizona #127 being a mystical beauty. It is like looking through a very thin veil to a distant sky outside.  I imagine the feeling of a hot summer day.

      And also another reality for sure……

      2018-06 Wolken_0109-3

      Drifting

    • #283213
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Under Sail

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    • #283240
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Wow, Michael, Arizona B&W#129 is otherworldly indeed. It sets my mind awhirl in wonder. Love the feeling of awed bafflement it conjures within, and then Under Sail! I feel completely launched.

      And Hans, whatever is Drifting, has me mesmerized. I’d like to jump overboard and see more of this cloud creature, maybe swim alongside for awhile.

      IMG_7715_Along For The RideAlong For The Ride

    • #283402
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Quite A Ride

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    • #283495
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Along For The Ride and Quite A Ride are quite alright. Both intriguing formations.

      2018-05 Wolken_0269-2

      Guess What

    • #283528
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Quite A Ride is quite appropriately titled, Michael. What an unusual shot! And Hans, your Guess What has my head atilt which always brings a smile. I’m happy to linger over both these images before Sailing Onward.

      IMG_7997_BW_Sailing Onward

    • #283657
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      And the same way we linger over Sailing Onward Keelin. Great cirrus cloudscape!

      2018-05 Wolken_0362-4

      Strange Seas

    • #283707
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Gone Swimming!

      Arizona B&W#130

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    • #283829
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      2018-07 Wolken_0021-2

      Scratchy

    • #283877
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Would love to dive into those Strange Seas, Hans. And it looks like you’ve already found a way in, Michael. Gone Swimming perfectly captures the feeling, while Scratchy beautifully delivers another sensation. But what might happen if one goes a bit too far either swimming or scratching?

      IMG_9747_BW_Below The SurfaceBelow The Surface

    • #283891
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      since you asked Keelin

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    • #283919
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      The pareidolic me in me sees fishes or likewise creatures in Below The Surface and in ‘since you asked Keelin’. Do you both too see them or did I drink again too much from that long neck in the bar Keelin once mentioned? Anyway, I like them both.

      Below The Surface shows perfectly what is in the title, since the light from the surface above is shining through on the fish-like creature. Love it.

      The swimming creature Michael has portrayed seems to swim and look right into his lens.

      Well I shouldn’t take too much anymore I suppose.

      2018-07 Wolken_0003-2

      No Fishes At All. No!

    • #284146
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#131

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    • #284204
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      The lightness of these floating fluffs on #131!…..

      2018-04 Wolken_0030 B&W ns81-168 klein

      Blown Away

    • #284342
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Hans, yes like dandelion seeds in a gust of wind.

      Heres a fun composition I  captured one afternoon

      Arizona B&W#132

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    • #284579
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Fun fluffs floating above, Michael and Hans. And I love the way Arizona B&W#132 has the perfect balance to prompt flips in visual perception with its positive/negative shapes. Below, two textures to feel with your eyes.

      IMG_9771BW_Fur & FluffFur & Fluff

    • #284752
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Yes Keelin I like the contrasts there in F&F..Very active for the mind…That is fun.

      I see clouds as having infinite potential. I try to free up my vision to see potentials and if I do see interesting developing, to take the shot with a fair amount of trust that nature will be evident. So it is with positive and negative space balancing especially in B&W.By taking tons of pictures a photographer develops that eye for interesting along with a knowledge of balancing the positive and negative space . Directing the eye thru a photo is almost an automatic for me. I still like to experiment. The shot below , I play with the positive and negative a bit, interchange their roles for some fun. Again, clouds seem to afford  for a lot of experiment and reversal of  norms.  From one moment to the next a cloud can be dark and then bright.

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    • #284853
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Keelin, I like he composition and the layered structure of Fur & Fluff.

      Micheal: I agree with the infinite potentials of clouds. Let’s keep exploring them.

      2018-02 Luchten_0078 BW ns80-163

      Cloudy Signature

    • #284957
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#133

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    • #285016
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Nice cotton wool clouds Michael.

      Yesterday I saw faint meandering lines of cloud. It took some heavy developing so at the cost of a bit too much noise next wisps became visible. Peculiar enough to share.

      2018-07 Wolken_0040-2

      Wisps

      • #285087
        George Preoteasa avatarGeorge Preoteasa
        Participant

        Like somebody’s hair in the wind. Beautiful, Hans!

    • #285088
      George Preoteasa avatarGeorge Preoteasa
      Participant

      They’ve been camouflaging as altocumulus, Now they’re coming out …

      _DSC8366_cbw

    • #285184
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Thanks George. Great black and white coming out of the lennies! Love it.

      2018-07 Wolken_0076-3

      Reentering The Atmosphere

    • #285188
      George Preoteasa avatarGeorge Preoteasa
      Participant

      Thanks you, Hans. I love your upside down virgas.

    • #285252
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Michael, George, and Hans: the B&W topic is what first drew me in to CAS’s forums and it’s never lost a bit of its appeal, thanks to the likes of images you’ve all shared above. I would never have imagined the vast variety of form and composition, feeling and mood, that consistently appears here.

      The image below is from a couple of days ago when most of the sky featured little nubbins of cloud with this singular exception.

      IMG_9952_BW_Linear AttractionLinear Attraction

    • #285449
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      My goodness, nubbins is an actual word..Long ago somebody gave that as a nick name of a friend. Since then I thought it was slang..Got me there Keelin. Anyway, I’m drawn to the black “star”  by the white linears.

      ArizonaB&W#134

      nov1317a8403a5

       

    • #285513
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Keelin, where Michael mentioned the infinite potentials of clouds you are amazed of consistent variety of pictures on this thread. You yourself also contribute to the variety with those nubbins that fell in your noggin. And at the same time my English vocabulary is enriched every day while checking the forum.

      ArizonaB&W#134 is another great composition Michael.

      2018-07 Wolken_0136-2

      My attempt today

    • #285659
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Intriguing composition Hans!

      ArizonaB&W#135

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    • #285801
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Intriguing indeed Michael.

      2018-07 Wolken_0209-2

      Noname

    • #286035
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      Arizona B&W#136

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    • #286123
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Named or unnamed, your images above are wondrous, Hans and Michael.

      Hans, I cannot unsee what I saw immediately in My Attempt Today. Love it! Looks like it could have emerged right out of Micheal’s magical, mystical landscape in Arizona B&W#134. There are worlds of what? and whatnot up there!

      IMG_0058_BW_WhatnotWhatnot

    • #286207
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      yea just hangin around and whatnot…

      ArizonaB&W#137  ..a Virga Spellnov1617a8443a4

    • #286289
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      An amazing Whatnot and Virga Spell Keelin and Michael.

      2018-05 Wolken_0344-3

      Hanging Around

    • #286353
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      ArizonaB&W#137

      nov1217a8282

    • #286416
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      2018-05 Wolken_0016 B&W asr klein c

      Progressions

    • #286518
      Michael Lerch avatarMichael
      Participant

      ArizonaB&W#138  Over the Moon

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    • #286637
      Hans Stocker avatarHans Stocker
      Participant

      Nice composition with moon Michael.

      2018-03-03 Luchten_0239 B&W ac klein

      Mixed up

    • #286679
      Patricia L Keelin avatarKeelin
      Participant

      Realizing (with some astonishment) that this will be post #100 to B&W Volume X, I enjoyed a stroll through the wild mix of the 99 images above. Wow, what a collection! Already eager to see what Vol XI may bring. Surely there will be plenty to keep us connecting.

      IMG_0051_BWI’ve Grown So Attached

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