Black and White Weekly Photo Challenge : Bridges


Same bridge from different locations and as seen on a sunny evening , a cloudy morning , a busy afternoon ! But , what if- in black & white! ? .:)

This is going to Sonel’s black and white weekly challenge.



Author: Archita

Musings about life and photography.

17 thoughts on “Black and White Weekly Photo Challenge : Bridges”

  1. It does mean truth, for those who believe in God. For those who don’t, it is a paradox πŸ™‚

    Absolute pleasure Archita πŸ™‚ Will be coming around more often.

  2. Thank you. πŸ™‚
    LOL..marriage photography!!!..ha ha true..:D

    Tatsat means truth then. Very nice name and welcome to the blog. πŸ™‚

  3. I did spot the pixel size, I admit πŸ™‚ And the picture is really good. Photoshop is more about artificiality than anything else. Like those studios that click pictures exclusively for marriage, remember ? πŸ˜€

    Well..I am going to have to repeat what I told everyone during my college ‘introductions’ πŸ™‚ It basically is in conjunction with Sri, as in Sri Tatsat. It says ‘God ( sri) – he is true( tatsat)’.

  4. Ya, the first one is a SLR take..I love black and white photos…no reason as such..I also do not photoshop ( can’t understand why someone has to do that !) …
    What does your name mean? It’s not so common ..and I like uncommon names including mine..:).

  5. That is a positive take πŸ™‚ Good.

    I do not know much about photography as such, but in the age of SLRs, it is intriguing to see people push the pixel limits, and the colours that come along. And here we have black and whites, fascinating us as always!

    Yeah. Tatsat is a sanskrit word. Mother is a sanskrit post-grad, so… πŸ™‚

  6. Bridges connect :)..Thank you for your comment.:) ..Yes, pictures look better in black & white..I so agree..:) Btw,Is “Tatsat” a Sanskrit name ?:)

  7. Beautiful snaps. Pictures, most of them, seem particularly good in black and white. Don’t they ?
    Come to think of it, what is it that bridges do ? πŸ™‚ In the words of Frost,
    “Before I built a wall I’d ask to know
    What I was walling in or walling out”

    Intriguing πŸ™‚

  8. You are very welcome hon. Thank you for taking the time and taking part. πŸ˜€ *hugs*

  9. Wow! These are absolutely stunning Archita! The first one that’s so misty/foggy is so gorgeous! I really love what you did here hon and thanks for taking part in the challenge. Much appreciated. πŸ˜€

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