Instagram WW #5

#5 / 2015 – Instagram Wordless Wednesday – WW Hop!

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tree, b&w, monochrome, big

trees, woods, monochrome, b&w

ImagesByCW“On Wednesdays all over the internet, bloggers post a photograph with no words to explain it on their blog. Hence the ‘wordless wednesday’ title. The idea is that the photo itself says so much that it does not need any description.”

The list of WW blog hops got a little out of hand, so I have moved it to its very own page here. Most likely you will find me linking up on any or all of these sites you will find on it.

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32 thoughts on “Instagram WW #5”

  1. What a big, beautiful tree in B&W! I think trees are magical and majestic. Sometimes I’ll see an interesting tree, but after I photograph it is loses it appeal. I’m not sure why that is, but the translation seems lost. Happy #WW!

    • I can totally understand the feeling, Janice. Kind of why I took the picture in the first place.

      However, in reality, when I took that picture I do not think you would have sat there as it was wet and so muddy I had to take off my boots before entering the house (which we usually don’t do). They were soaked 😀

  2. Wonderful picture with some nice tones in B & W in this fantastic forest! High quality art photo !!
    Ps. Yes, I’d be happy if you link my picture, thank you very much!


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