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Cee’s B & W Challenge: Letters A & B

The letters A & B…this is what Cee wants pictures of this week.

The Bass Performance Hall is the home of the Fort Worth Symphony, Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera and the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. dsc_0475

The angels on the side of the building are 48 feet tall. They are a unique feature of downtown Fort Worth. dsc_0483

To learn what others shared for the letters A & B visit Cee’s page.

Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Music

I love music…I’m not gifted in anyway when it comes to music…but I love it.

On the other hand my life long friend (Chelley) has always been gifted at music.

This is a photo of her playing the guitar. dsc_0148

If you like music, Black & White photography, or both…visit Cee’s page and check out the many photos submitted to this week’s challenge.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Trains and Tracks

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Grapevine Texas

This week Cee has challenged us to find and post photos of trains and/or tracks.

I happened upon this train a few years ago. It is part of the Grapevine Heritage collection in Grapevine Texas.

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1927 Santa Fe Turntable

The track is also part of the Grapevine Heritage Collection. It is a Santa Fe 1927 railroad turntable that was salvaged in 1992 and placed in its permanent location in 1995.

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Visit Cee’s page and you will be treated to many challenges and many wonderful photos by many wonderful bloggers.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Large Subjects

Everything is bigger in Texas!

That is what they say and I must admit…frequently it is true.

One of the things that amazed me when I first moved to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex was the size of the freeways. They are wide and they are tall…especially the                   “mix-masters”

Recently, while serving the homeless, I had the opportunity to walk under one of Fort Worth’s mix masters. I couldn’t resist getting a few shots.

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You might notice in the above photo my fellow volunteers walking under the freeway. They look quite small compared to the pillars. Yet they are under the lowest level of freeway.

As always, thank you Cee for an opportunity to use photos that would be unlikely to find another home.

If anyone is interested in viewing more black and white photos, Cee’s page is the place to be!