Tag Archives: black and white

Attending the Theater

This past weekend we were fortunate to be able to participate in a free open house for the three historical Columbus Association for the Performing Arts (CAPA) theaters.  Here is a welcome image to the first of theaters, the Palace.  Now … Continue reading

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Monochrome Monday on State Route 24

State Route 24 in Utah will either take you to where you want to go in Capitol Reef National Park or it will lead you to a turnoff that will get you to your desired destination.  Now as we are … Continue reading

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Now where were we?

Surely someone can try to take a guess on where we were.  So unless you follow me on Instagram @imagesbytd  (so no spoiling it for others) here is another clue.  We stayed in a small town that had this one … Continue reading

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Steam

While I am no longer quite sounding like Barry White 😉 my voice is still gravely and a cough is still wreaking havoc on my sore ribs and muscles.  So today it’s off to the doctor’s office and hoping she … Continue reading

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Bonsai

Bonsai is a Japanese art form where trees are cultivated in such a manner to produce small trees in containers that mimic the shape and scale of their larger counterparts.  It is indeed an art form because the trees are … Continue reading

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Sometimes you’re the river – Sometimes you’re the rock

Water is a force of nature that can be both beneficial as well as destructive.  Water is necessary for life but too much of it can destroy or at the least, leave lasting memories and marks.  Sometimes you are the … Continue reading

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Colorific or Monochromatic

Photography has come a long way since the first tintype photos were made.  Images have progressed from black and white to sepia to color and in some cases to colors that really don’t exist in nature.  We’ve all seen that … Continue reading

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