B & W Challenge #1 Tombstone

tombstone bad guy

Bad guys abound in Tombstone. Some will pose for a photograph, others . . . . you just have to ‘shoot’ them when they’re not looking, pray no one sees you and run for cover.

Jude of Travel Words and the earth laughs in flowers has invited me to join in with this challenge. Jude is an accomplished photographer/traveler/garden enthusiast so while out and about stays grounded and records everything with wonderfully entertaining results.

There are only two rules for this challenge:

  1. On 5 consecutive days, create a post using either a past or recent photo in B&W.
  2. Each day invite another blog friend to join in the fun.

Today I would like to nominate Jo at The Numpty With a Camera to join in.

For those of you non-English English speakers out there, a numpty is one of those quirky English words that doesn’t really translate. The closest I could think of is knucklehead, and Jo is anything but. Visit her site. View her beautiful photography and you’ll see why her title is a self-deprecating one.

21 thoughts on “B & W Challenge #1 Tombstone

  1. Okay – so now I am glad I came here – because I love the 5 day B & W challenge so much – and this one is classic and “smooth” is the word – with the tip of the hat and that shadow! Also, now I numpty 🙂

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      1. well after some blog posts I also look at the photos different – and sometimes sweet feedback or a few comments can make me cherish the photo in a special way. This happened with a lisbon tile I was going to throw out – I posted a pic of it and now that little tile reminds me of the bloggers who visited my blog at that time (because I am starting to notice that there is an ebb and flow to readership and all that – still learning so much tho)
        anyhow, I can see this shot framed and bet it is nice- just curious – is it a thin, black frame?

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