Discarded

Black And White Photography, Cheryl, Photography


This shot, taken in a shop window in East Baltimore, reminds me of the macabre state of affairs that must exist in most hospitals during the Covid-19 crisis.

Disdain

Black And White Photography, Cheryl, Photography

I was out searching for people moving in and out of shafts of light and was not having any luck. Just as I was about to give up he walked in front of me and the light highlighted his face. He saw me but I didn’t care.
Sony a7iii – 24-105mm

Autumn Fog

Black And White Photography, Cheryl, Photography


Taken early one Sunday morning on Route 33 between St. Michaels and Tilghman Island on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Fuji x-T3 with 18-135mm zoom

Wittman

Black And White Photography, Cheryl, Photography
Located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore
Sony A7 III with 24-105mm f/4 – 35mm, 1/250, f/13, iso 400, aperture priority

Wolfe Street

Black And White Photography, Cheryl, Photography
I drove past this part of my neighborhood a few days ago and was reminded of this shot I took in 2011. I originally processed it in a sepia tone and converted it to black and white for Monochromia. On a Sunday morning as daylight was breaking my husband parked the car sideways in the street to block it as I set my tripod up on the traffic line. Everything was damp from a brief shower moments before. Flower petals everywhere. I’ll never forget it.
Canon 7D
Tokina 11-16mm
1/6 sec. f/8  ISO 160