FOL14 - Week 16

To continue with the month of April's prompt of "Moments", Sally, over at the Studio Sublime, has given us the photo prompt of "A Moment Best Captured in Black and White" for week 16 of the Focus on Life 2014 weekly photography challenge.
Sally said: "Sometimes, when there is no distraction of color, the image is no longer just a photo but a clean, honest, deeper look at life."
So true!
Left Photo -Violin Case Handle  /  Right Photo - Violin
I have a very special violin that is approximately 100 years old.

Possibly a bit older.
It was my Uncle's and he gave it to my Dad.
It's one of those things that although lovely in color, I find it most beautiful in Black and White.
Possibly because it's a
'Moment of History'?
Hop on over to the other participant's blogs and see what 'moment' they captured in black and white this week!
Until Next Time,
Peace, Love and Antique Moments!


  1. How wonderful! I am so glad you told us the subject of the photo because I was sure puzzling over it until I read on. What an amazing family heirloom!

  2. Gorgeous, gorgeous photos.... *sigh*
    And thank you for your lovely comment - I'm glad you've enjoyed my Lenten posts - last one tomorrow... I'll miss them, but I'm ready for a wee break :)
    Happy Easter from England x

  3. You are so right that some details just look so much better in black and white.

  4. These shots are just beautiful, Shel!! I think black and white captures the character of old things so beautifully.

  5. That's beautiful Shel. The shots are gorgeous and ooze history.

  6. Stunning photos Shel!!!! Perfect choice for this week's subject matter!

  7. Beautiful Shel ... agree, sometimes black and white bring out the beauty of the subject

  8. Beautiful shots! You definately caught the theme here.


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