CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Pairs

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge

The feature image is a pair of Great Black-backed Gulls at Little Talbot Island State Park. You can’t tell in this photo but one of the differences in the Lesser and Great Black-backed Gulls is the Great has pink legs whereas the Lesser has yellowish colored legs. The Lesser is smaller, but unless they are together, it is hard to distinguish without looking at the legs.

A pair of Sandhill Cranes in Viera, Florida.
A pair of 3 pound weights.
My combat boots from the Marine Corps. Yep, still have them after 20 years.
Frank and me at Trout Lake in Yellowstone National park in Sept. 2019, pre-pandemic!

A pair of dangle earrings made of Natural Freshwater Shells.

These earrings can be customized by me with a photo or worn plain.

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To check out the earrings, click on this link. https://etsy.me/2PH3tXJ


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25 Comments on “CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Pairs

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  3. Great choices for pairs, Lisa. The one of you and Frank is a cute addition. I struggle to think of pictures of pairs. but you’ve inspired me. I think Mama Cormier has a challenge of pairs. I’ll have to check it out.

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      • Just don’t ever step back too far. A male tourist taking a selfie stepped back in the Grand Canyon one step too many. It was on the news just after we visited.

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      • Oh, I’m very aware of where I am when we do that. There have been way too many selfie accidents! I’m not the one to back up and back up and back up. I’m the one looking forward taking the shot and then decide that Frank & me turn around where we stand, making shifting a bit to the left or right. Selfies are dangerous business. People have been hit by cars too. There’s no rewind button. 🙂

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