I recently spent some time strolling on the beautiful campus at San Diego State University (SDSU). Our daughter is enrolled for Fall, 2016 and we love taking the time to explore every chance we get!
Here are some photos I captured that gloriously beautiful day! I wish I could have photographed the entire campus! Perhaps I will visit again soon to capture much more! Feel free to click on each photo.
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I decided to take the plunge and it was indeed fun scouring through photos galore to see which ones would be the best to include. I decided that it would also be fun to add these 5 B & W’s to my blog www.sjfcommunications.com, so you shall be staring at them in my post here!
I was thrilled to nominate five really cool photographers that I know. Here they are (with tidbits about how we know each other)!
Day 1: (Ken Jacques http://www.kjphotography.com/ (who I know professionally as our photographer for San Diego Musical Theatre and many other Theatre groups as well as his other phenomenal photography in and out of the San Diego area)
Day 2: Eileen Swanson https://www.facebook.com/eileen.m.swanson (a fellow Channel 10 Weather Watcher, we’re both in the Weather Watcher “closed” Facebook group and the station shows photos from this group often on the air)
The perspective really changes when a photo is in Black & White!
Good luck everyone. Try it! Take a gander and enjoy!
SJF Communications and the 5 Day Black and White Photo Challenge!
I like that it shows so much variety of nature…the beach, the rocks and of course the sky.
I hope you all like this photo I took a while ago of several palm trees and clouds which I edited in B & W on Picasa. I like how it shows the trees at attention! I
I hope you all like this photo I took a while ago of several pelicans and their friends in La Jolla which I edited in B & W on Picasa. I like that it shows them all mingling & lounging and love the curve of the rock!
The osprey was magically perched atop a rock. I used my zoom from my NIKON Coolpix L830 and edited in B & W in Picasa. He (or she)? was holding prey (which I will not show here…). I like that I captured the osprey at an opportune moment in time, serendipitously as I looked up at the beautiful rock formation!
I’m always in awe of hot air balloons, which we see frequently in North County of San Diego. This one touched down before my eyes.