I recently have a new found love – Black and White photos! It started with an impromptu black and white Taiwan Street Photography series. And couple of weeks back I started a series on European cities on Instagram. The idea was to create vintage type shots of a common city scene. Not particularly landmarks or sight seeing spots but just common, day to day scenes of the city in black and white. I really enjoyed this series. Let me know what you think.
And for you blog readers I am putting in one exclusive photo in this post, which is not on instagram. Yay! 😀
In a small German town of Wesenberg. The doll houses of Europe. Landed up here on a Sunday and the town was unbelievably deserted with all shops and cafes closed (as it was holiday for everyone). I had never experienced such sparse population region ever before. Last of my #blackandwhite european city series. Blog up on the same – #maproute
The only pic I wanted to take in Zehdenik, Germany was of the public water tap. My second solo cycle ride and there had been no public water on the way. Funnily, the route was right by the river Havel. Maybe I should’ve scooped in for some (water) wasser! Despite best tap water standards, Germans typically drink bottled water. So generally you won’t find public water taps. Bummer. Part of my #blackandwhite photo series of European cities, September 2015.
Do you love black and white photos too?