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B&W photos with a splash of color

When visiting Seattle  a year ago, I came across a photo of one red umbrella amid a sea of grey umbrellas.   The photographer had altered the photo to B&W except for the one red umbrella.  Although this technique is nothing new, for some reason, this picture really caught my eye and brought this to my awareness.  Since then I have played around in PhotoShop in my off time changing certain pictures to this style.  Here are a few. (more…)

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Taos Pueblo NM: A Journey in Black and White

Just two miles north of the city of Taos, New Mexico, stands the centuries old Taos Pueblo, one of the longest continually inhabited communities in the United States. Archaeologists have found evidence that the Taos Valley has been inhabited as far back as 3,000 B.C. and prehistoric ruins dating from 900 A.D. can be seen throughout the area. However, the Taos Pueblo is thought to have been built between 1000 and 1450 A.D. and appears today much like it did a millennium ago, linking today’s Native Americans with those early inhabitants of years ago. (more…)

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