2018 – The Best of Black and White
As much as I love color there is something about black and white images that has always appealed to me. Inevitably when I go out a shoot a bunch of photos a number of them (maybe 10%) will scream out at me to be represented monochromatically.
Here are one of my favorite black and white images, from each month in 2018:
Trail in the snow along the edge of the frozen North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton
Plastic pins of a toy for capturing a 3D representation of an object
An exposed and therefore snow-free, south-facing bank of the North Saskatchewan River valley in Edmonton.
Large chunks of ice at spring break-up on the North Saskatchewan River.
Bridge pillars on the Sturgeon River in St.Albert
The bell of a trombone, at the Edmonton International Jazz Festival
Trail in Edmonton’s river valley (upper Dawson Park)
Bend in the road (Rowland Road) in Edmonton
Pillar of the Dawson Bridge in Edmonton
Squirrel sounding off.
Ice starting to form and collect on the North Saskatchewan River
River ice sheet breaking under pressure.