iPhoneography Monday: Black and White

I love these iPhone challenges! This week’s prompt from Sally at Lens and Pens is to post a black and white photo taken with an iPhone. This shot, taken on a cloudy day, proves that the sun isn’t always shining in Florida–especially in the winter. However, when it does come out, the weather is glorious. The cold-weather people flock to the sea, peeling off layers of sweaters and jackets.

A break in the clouds, Hollywood, Florida

A break in the clouds, Hollywood, Florida

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  1. Lovely serene and sweeping scene of the ocean. The monochrome heightens the contrasts and tones–very nice. Could use a walk on the beach.Our forecast for today: almost a foot and a half of snow. Happy Phoneography Monday.


    • Thanks! Mamma mia! A foot and a half of snow! We’re lucky. The snow is to the south of us here in Michigan. But my son was slammed in Chicago. Stay warm and dry! Hope you get to the beach soon!


    • You’re very welcome, Angeline! And thanks too for your thoughts on the B/W. Before I converted it to B/W, there was just a tiny bit of blue in the sky. I think it works too. Glad you agree!


  2. Yes, this looks wonderful in B&W. As for temps and snow, I’m going back to Chicago tomorrow from warmer-than-usual temperatures in Phoenix to colder-than-usual ones. Sigh. But these two weeks have been lovely and I’m even sporting a bit of tan from getting my vitamin D naturally. 🙂



  3. aloha Patti. ever changing. yes. the sea and land. i like the context you place this image in—the ever sunlight of Florida. in the image in can hear the sound of that water slushing across the shore. i like that too. fun. aloha.


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