Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge – Birds

Here is the link to this week’s Black & White Photo Challenge. Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – Birds

Well this is going to be my favorite challenge and I might just blog every day about birds. I have added a few of my favorite shots over the last few years.

Ruddy Turnstone at Ft. Clinch State Park in Fernandina, Florida.

Ruddy Turnstone

American White Pelican flying overhead at Viera Wetlands, Viera, Florida.

American White Pelican

Seagull wading in the surf at Little Talbot State Park, Jacksonville, Florida


Double-crested cormorant fishing in one of the many ponds at Viera Wetlands in Viera, Florida.

Double-Crested Cormorant

9 Comments on “Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge – Birds

  1. Yes, wonderful images and birds, all! Do you take black-and-white photos, Lisa, or do you edit the color photos afterward? I have been thinking about trying some B/W photography, but I’m not sure I know how to.
    I hope all is well with you and your husband.

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    • Hi Tanja. I’m a graphic artist so I alter them in photoshop. Usually doesn’t take much to make them contrast well. I’ve never even thought to changing the settings in my camera. It’s a lot easier to take the color out than to put it back in. And thank you for the compliment. I love birds! ❤️. I used to shoot B/W when I had a film camera. The sensor went out and the DSLR came out. That was it for me. That was 2005. Frank & I are well. I got laid off yesterday but we are fine. I’m have started working on my novel. 😉

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  2. Beautiful photographs of wildlife! Keep well during this trying time. I’ve been getting out and finding waterfowl. Seeing birds reminds me how exhilarating life is!

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    • Thank you. We’ve had 2 big birding days the past 2 days before the Florida National Wildlife areas shut down. Social distancing has been better than going to the grocery store. The birds don’t know what COVID19 is so life is normal for them. And right in the middle of migration. 😁

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