Only nine more days to go...oh my!
Here's today's shot: the dilapidated fence at the back of my property. This is actually one of its more intact sections.
When Iain and I first moved in we talked to the neighbours who share that particular boundary with us about getting the fence fixed. We offered to sort out getting the fencing contractors in, if the neighbours would agree to go halves with us on the cost. They refused. 'There's another twenty years left in that fence yet!' they said. Very soon (hopefully), it will be Somebody Else's Problem.
And so to today's retrospective: black and white. There's a whole art to black and white photography which I've not even begun to explore yet. There's some intangible way in which a black and white image that's been created from a colour image isn't quite the same as an image that has only ever been monochrome. Maybe it's as simple as the difference between film and digital. Anyway, I'm rambling. On with the pics!