B&W RESULT: #253 Black & White Challenge

ImageArt

IOTM Winner - February 2021
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Real Name
Ann
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iPhone 11 Pro
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Succulents
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JillyG

IOTM Winner - Sep 20 + Jan & Nov 21
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Jilly
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iPhone 13 Pro Max
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This challenge is now CLOSED. It’s sinnerjohn John’s mission to choose his favourites. Whenever you have a moment John.:thumbs:
 

sinnerjohn

IOTM WInner - April 2022
Real Name
John
Device
Pixel
Well well, one of those weeks where you pick a winner midweek and think nothing will top it......until THE LAST MINUTE RUSH !

This weeks winner makes a compelling image in colour or b/w and she's graced us with both versions. Its RoseCat's jelly fish. Weird and wonderful creatures, just like nothing else at all.

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2nd is ImageArt seagull capture. Could have easily been a winner, either very lucky or very patient! Love how one stands on lookout while the other flies, super composition Anne.

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Few more this time so I'm going to go 3rd. Another well deserved winner on any other week, rizole's Troubling Waters. Great landscape and topical commentary in the UK with many areas in 'drought'. Which me being cynical I'll have to say its not actually like drought in Africa where people are dying due to lack of water. its just drought in the UK means we are not supposed to use hosepipes :lol:

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HM's to Geek1956 for the stormtrooper and the possible flying piano and hell the bin chicken too :thumbs: And to JillyG for the brewery and the piglets, two of my favourite things ;).

Good b/w week everyone.
 

Geek1956

IOTM Winner - Mar, May, Oct 21 & Jan, Mar 22
Real Name
Kevin
Device
iPhone 13 Pro Max
Well well, one of those weeks where you pick a winner midweek and think nothing will top it......until THE LAST MINUTE RUSH !

This weeks winner makes a compelling image in colour or b/w and she's graced us with both versions. Its RoseCat's jelly fish. Weird and wonderful creatures, just like nothing else at all.

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2nd is ImageArt seagull capture. Could have easily been a winner, either very lucky or very patient! Love how one stands on lookout while the other flies, super composition Anne.

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Few more this time so I'm going to go 3rd. Another well deserved winner on any other week, rizole's Troubling Waters. Great landscape and topical commentary in the UK with many areas in 'drought'. Which me being cynical I'll have to say its not actually like drought in Africa where people are dying due to lack of water. its just drought in the UK means we are not supposed to use hosepipes :lol:

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HM's to Geek1956 for the stormtrooper and the possible flying piano and hell the bin chicken too :thumbs: And to JillyG for the brewery and the piglets, two of my favourite things ;).

Good b/w week everyone.

Well judged John, congratulations to RoseCat for her amazing, other worldly, jellyfish image. Congratulations to ImageArt and rizole for the HM
 

RoseCat

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Catherine
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Well well, one of those weeks where you pick a winner midweek and think nothing will top it......until THE LAST MINUTE RUSH !

This weeks winner makes a compelling image in colour or b/w and she's graced us with both versions. Its RoseCat's jelly fish. Weird and wonderful creatures, just like nothing else at all.

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2nd is ImageArt seagull capture. Could have easily been a winner, either very lucky or very patient! Love how one stands on lookout while the other flies, super composition Anne.

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Few more this time so I'm going to go 3rd. Another well deserved winner on any other week, rizole's Troubling Waters. Great landscape and topical commentary in the UK with many areas in 'drought'. Which me being cynical I'll have to say its not actually like drought in Africa where people are dying due to lack of water. its just drought in the UK means we are not supposed to use hosepipes :lol:

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HM's to Geek1956 for the stormtrooper and the possible flying piano and hell the bin chicken too :thumbs: And to JillyG for the brewery and the piglets, two of my favourite things ;).

Good b/w week everyone.
Oh wow…. Thank you sinnerjohn John!! As my Brit friends would say…. I’m gobsmacked. :eek: Very pleased to share this honor alongside the fab images from ImageArt Ann and rizole - high fives friends!! :)
 

JillyG

IOTM Winner - Sep 20 + Jan & Nov 21
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Real Name
Jilly
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iPhone 13 Pro Max
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Well well, one of those weeks where you pick a winner midweek and think nothing will top it......until THE LAST MINUTE RUSH !

This weeks winner makes a compelling image in colour or b/w and she's graced us with both versions. Its RoseCat's jelly fish. Weird and wonderful creatures, just like nothing else at all.

View attachment 184682

2nd is ImageArt seagull capture. Could have easily been a winner, either very lucky or very patient! Love how one stands on lookout while the other flies, super composition Anne.

View attachment 184683

Few more this time so I'm going to go 3rd. Another well deserved winner on any other week, rizole's Troubling Waters. Great landscape and topical commentary in the UK with many areas in 'drought'. Which me being cynical I'll have to say its not actually like drought in Africa where people are dying due to lack of water. its just drought in the UK means we are not supposed to use hosepipes :lol:

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HM's to Geek1956 for the stormtrooper and the possible flying piano and hell the bin chicken too :thumbs: And to JillyG for the brewery and the piglets, two of my favourite things ;).

Good b/w week everyone.
Thank you John for another great piece of judging (and thank you for my HM :blush: ). Super congratulations to RoseCat Catherine - that’s a wonderful, and unusual image. I think we’re all hoping that this means you might be back with us more often.;) Certainly as far as next week, when you’ll be judging.:lol: Well done to ImageArt Ann for coming in second with her lovely study of seagulls. And hugs to rizole Rizole for his, as John says, very topical image of a drying-up river bed. We’ve had rain since, so hopefully it’s looking better. A good bit of “street” again from Geek1956 Kevin.:thumbs: All in all, a good week to be black and white. I’m off to the Gallery now with Catherine’s jelly fish. I shall be walking very slowly and carefully.:lol: See you there.
 

ImageArt

IOTM Winner - February 2021
MobiSupporter
Real Name
Ann
Device
iPhone 11 Pro
Onsite
Project Page
Well well, one of those weeks where you pick a winner midweek and think nothing will top it......until THE LAST MINUTE RUSH !

This weeks winner makes a compelling image in colour or b/w and she's graced us with both versions. Its RoseCat's jelly fish. Weird and wonderful creatures, just like nothing else at all.

View attachment 184682

2nd is ImageArt seagull capture. Could have easily been a winner, either very lucky or very patient! Love how one stands on lookout while the other flies, super composition Anne.

View attachment 184683

Few more this time so I'm going to go 3rd. Another well deserved winner on any other week, rizole's Troubling Waters. Great landscape and topical commentary in the UK with many areas in 'drought'. Which me being cynical I'll have to say its not actually like drought in Africa where people are dying due to lack of water. its just drought in the UK means we are not supposed to use hosepipes :lol:

View attachment 184684

HM's to Geek1956 for the stormtrooper and the possible flying piano and hell the bin chicken too :thumbs: And to JillyG for the brewery and the piglets, two of my favourite things ;).

Good b/w week everyone.
Thanks, John, for the second place. Yes, Catherine’s jellyfish just superb. Well done to the other winners.
 

RoseCat

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