More black and white photos

Clouds swirl around Pu'u Ahumoa on the slopes of Mauna Kea
Surf crashes ashore at Mahukona, Hawaii

This week’s Sunday Stills challenge theme is ‘Your Best Black & White Photos.’ See more responses here. Having posted only one black and white photo until recently, this is the second such post in a couple of weeks.

In the top photo, clouds swirl around Pu’u Ahumoa on the southwest slope of Mauna Kea. The second photo shows surf crashing against the same wharf seen in the previous post. Last, but by no means least, is a photo of a tide pool on the North Kohala coast.

A tide pool on the North Kohala coast, Hawaii

24 thoughts on “More black and white photos

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    1. Graham Post author

      I like the area where the first photo was taken, near the saddle between Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea, because there’s almost always something interesting going on with the clouds.

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    1. Graham Post author

      Thanks, Jo. I realize I have an older photo that I’ve never run where the surf makes this wave look insignificant. I might have to run that one sometime soon for a comparison.

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  4. Kirstin

    Those are great! BW isn’t something I play with often so it was kind of fun to play around with it this week, though I couldn’t get my lightroom to open so had to use another program.

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    1. Graham Post author

      Like you, I don’t do much B&W, but it is interesting to see the difference. I’m going to try and do a B&W post once in a while. I hope you get your Lightroom working again. It’s frustrating when something suddenly starts having issues.

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