Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Kind of Bricks or Stone Walls, Walks or Roads

My entry for the Black & White Photo Challenge are scans of captures from the Great Wall of China taken in April 2003. I used a ‘cinemascope’ filter to add an aged look. In addition to the stonework, the white cherry trees blossomed almost the day we arrived adding to the mystique of the shots. The first three pictures in the gallery show a non-restored section of the wall. The location is Badaling to the northwest of Beijing and dates to around 1500 during the Ming Dynasty.

(Click on any image to open the gallery!)

See the ‘brick and stone’ at Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Kind of Bricks or Stone Walls, Walks or Roads!

11 Comments

    1. Thank you! That is what I was looking for. These pictures are scans of poorly printed 35mm shots on a fabric finished paper. They were difficult to scan – the monochrome makes them look much sharper in my opinion.

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