Guest Post – Sherry Galey

Black And White Photography, Photography, Sherry

Its my pleasure to introduce Sherry Galey as a new guest contributor to Monochromia. Some of you might already be familiar with her work on our sister group Life in Black & White on Facebook. I hope you will enjoy her work as much as I do.

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Boats on the Bay, copyright Sherry Galey

For the last five years, this is how we spent our winters, on a 36-foot sailboat cruising between Florida and the Bahamas. It was bliss, but now that we’ve sold the boat, all I have are my memories…and my images. Now I will be spending all seasons in a small town just outside of Canada’s capital, Ottawa.

I’m delighted to make my debut as a guest contributor to this wonderful site and join a group of passionate and talented black and white photographers.

It was my father who first instilled in me a love of black and white photography way back in the sixties. He made the most beautiful images with his Rollieflex, many of which I still have and cherish. He never saw my black and whites, but I think he would like them.

You can find more of my work at New York City In Black And White

16 thoughts on “Guest Post – Sherry Galey

  1. A gorgeous first look at your work. The reflection and light with the moody deep sky is captivating. I quite like the perspective staring right now the front of the closest boat too. Looking forward to seeing more of the world through your lens.

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  2. This is a wonderful image Sherry and is very fitting for your maiden voyage on Monochromia 😀 Welcome to our group and I’m looking forward to many more great images from you. Awesome work.

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