Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – It’s All About Nature

Georgia Aquarium Atlanta

Georgia Aquarium | Atlanta

I haven’t participated in a Photo Challenge in ages. But as any outdoor activities are heavily impaired by heavy snow, I thought it a good idea to enter Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge titled “It’s all about Nature”. Now it is a bit tricky to combine Street Photography with anything nature, but the title image to this post as well as the following two photography attempt to bridge the two genres. To those I added a few more of my favorite monochrome nature shots that have appeared in previous posts on this blog. Too see them all continue after the jump…

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Cabo da Roca | Portugal

Apocalyptic Bird

Apocalyptic Bird | Munich

Dramatic Sunset

Dramatic Sunset | Isola d’Elba

Mt. Hood

Mt. Hood | Portland

Mount Jefferson, Oregon, USA

Mt. Jefferson | Oregon

End of the World

End of the World | Oregon 

Haystack Rock

Haystack Rock | Oregon 

Thunder

Thunder | Camogli 

Monochrome Fish Still Life

Monochrome Fish Still Life

Greenland from air 08

Greenland

Etosha Animals HeyKey Panorama 05

Etosha National Park | Namibia

Background Fight

Etosha National Park | Namibia

Weisspriachtal

Weisspriachtal | Austria

Black Amaryllis

Amaryllis

Broken Mountain

Mt. St. Helens | Washington

Cascade Head Trail 04

Oregon Coast

AMNH NYC 03

Museum of Natural History | New York

Java Leopard

Java Leopard | Berlin Zoo

Mt. Rainier

Mt. Rainier | Washington

Montana Landscapes 03

Montana Cloudscape

1/640 sec - f/4 - ISO 200 - 150mm

Oregon Coast

I hope you enjoyed this B&W nature collection, partially linked to Street Photography.

Wish you all a great Sunday!

Marcus

Related Posts:

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Looking Up at Things

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Abandoned or Alone

NYC High Contrast Monochrome

Some thoughts on monochrome shooting

53 comments

  1. OMG! What a fabulous collection of monochromes. The mountains are stunning, the last image of the Oregon coast with what look like ghost birds and that photobombing bird wow, hard to pick a favourite.

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