Category Archive: Photos in Sepia or B&W

Rainbow Gum in Sepia

As told in my previous post, a lazy afternoon sent me wandering with my camera into a nearby woods planted with “Bagras” (Eucalyptus deglupta), also known as Mindanao Gum, Rainbow Gum, or Rainbow Eucalyptus… Continue reading

Faithful Wells and Distant Bells

There is something about wells and bells that evokes strong memories and emotions, making them interesting subjects in photography. How wishing wells evolved suggests a belief that some wells have mystical powers other… Continue reading

Experiments On Texture

Texture plays an important role in photography especially in monochromatic detail photographs of objects where, aside from the lines and shapes and color shades in the photo, the texture of the subject’s surfaces… Continue reading

Boulevard by the Black Sea

. Batumi is a port city by the Black Sea.  Having heard that it’s such a beautiful place, I made sure that on my last visit to Georgia (the country) I was able… Continue reading

Simple People

Some things we find mundane can be somebody else’s pastime or source of livelihood.  We frown on other people’s misfortunes and difficulties but, unknown to us, these people’s simple lives are probably better… Continue reading

Mtskheta in Sepia

The City of  Mtskheta is the old capital of the Republic of Georgia, beautifully located at the confluence of the powerful waters flowing from the Caucasus Mountains through the Kura river and the Aragvi river which connects to Mtkvari in Tbilisi. It was the… Continue reading

Black Forest

My recent visits to the Republic of Georgia in South Caucasus in late 2010 and early 2011 probably contributed  the most number of photos to my collection.  This was not only because I made it a commitment to visit as many… Continue reading

Black Sea

My recent visits to the Republic of Georgia in South Caucasus in late 2010 and early 2011 probably contributed  the most number of photos to my collection.  This was not only because I made it a commitment to visit… Continue reading

Structures in Sepia

My recent visits to the Republic of Georgia in South Caucasus in late 2010 and early 2011 probably contributed  the most number of photos to my collection.  This was not only because I made it a commitment to visit… Continue reading

Oak Barrels, a Street Sign, and a Staircase

My recent visits to the Republic of Georgia in South Caucasus in late 2010 and early 2011 probably contributed  the most number of photos to my collection.  This was not only because I made it a… Continue reading

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