Black & White Photography #4

in #bnwphotography4 months ago

Rules to follow in this Black & White photography challenge:

• Black and white images that represent any positive meaning in life.

• Present one or two images every day.

• You may add people if you want.

• No explanation.

• Use the tag - #bnwphotography as your first tag.

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🎼 Tom Turpin's "St Louis Rag" 1903 🎹

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I love the Arch!!! Top shot!!! Wonderful work, Nina!

Thank you, Denise! Local residents are proud of the unique, tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere and its history in the Gateway to the West.

As they should be! It's pretty cool!! Hello, Nina!

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Thanks for the reminder - I dropped by! Cheers🍺


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This is very good structure ang good shot. Where is it Nina. Thanks.

Thank you! This is the Gateway Arch located in St. Louis, MO. Image taken while crossing the bridge from East St. Louis, IL.

Great. I am living in Aceh. We don't have such great structure like this one. Very nice view. Thabks for sharing...

I can remember going up in that thing as a kid and how terrified I was when we started traveling a bit sideways in an elevator. I almost blacked out when I looked out of the windows.

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