Ah! I’m a day late and a dollar short with this post, BUT at the least, I’m now here, having passed through an ‘interesting few days’ leading up to this moment of posting.
Today I get to catch myself and any of you reading this up on my response to the latest in my buddy Dale’s and my ongoing challenge, otherwise known as The K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge.
Last Friday, Dale set the scene with the following prompt:
BLACK AND WHITE EASTER
Now, I’ll admit, at the time I thought I was set as far as the images I saw myself using for this challenge. Those images are not a part of this post and seeing how you can’t see them, I’m going to pretend (just for now!) they don’t exist.
What I will offer up for this week’s unveiling (to which I’m a day late…) are the following four images I uncovered in my photographic archives. I don’t particularly celebrate Easter, but these were the shots I felt had the strongest ‘Easter vibe’ to them:
The two gilded relief shots were not created by me, but belong to a set of amazing doors located at San Francisco’s famed Grace Cathedral. They are in reality gold. For the sake of the challenge I changed that.
The last two shots are as you see flowers. Even without the religious significance, I think I’ll always associate flowers; white flowers in particular, with Easter. Again, the black and white prompting… well, you know.
So, there you have it. My take on a BLACK AND WHITE EASTER. I know some of our regular visitors and challenge-takers have already responded, but if you’re like me and still want to include your take on the prompt, here’s what you can do:
Create your post as you normally would. Title it with a black and white Easter theme if you like. Once complete, copy your post’s URL and paste it into the comment section of either Dale’s already posted challenge post (linked, as always, up above!), or into the one belonging to this post.
Lastly, be sure to use our #CosPhoChal tag and you’re all done!
Hope everyone had a great Easter… in color or black and white!
K’lee L. © 2018