Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Black and White Wednesdays

I decided to join in again on black and white wednesdays over at The Long Road To China. There are some beautiful photos to look at so please head over to the website and check them all out! I finally figured out thanks to my husband that my new camera actually has a black and white setting. I apologise daily to my camera for not knowing how to use it to its full potential. I hope everyone has a wonderful wednesday. It's snowing again in the netherlands and my patience is growing thin as I await the arrival of spring!

24 comments:

Lisa said...

Cool picture!

I am almost definitely going to try your lemon loaf today! :) I'll let you know if I pull it off or not.

Mom2Isabel said...

Such a sweet shot. I want to walk up and pat your horse.

Looking forward to reading your recipes too!

Sonya said...

Lisa good luck! I hope it turns out for you and that you like it.

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

Beautiful shot!!

My patience is wearing thin with winter.....we are getting snow now and we are expecting approx 20 inches total....YIKES!!

Lisa

Felicia said...

Very nice picture!!

Aledys Ver said...

Very nice photo!

Christy said...

wow, i love that picture! the horse is so engaging! Hang in there, spring is coming soon!

My Heart said...

Beautiful! Absolutely beautiful! I miss having horses around to photograph and, well, see and all.

Life with Kaishon said...

This is a beautiful picture. I just love it : )

Wanda said...

Love this picture. Sweet horse.

The Sanders Family said...

Awww, the the photo. What a beautiful horse!

Colleen said...

Nice job! : ) love how you captured the barn in the back....very nicely done : )

Gail said...

Beautiful image and lovely black and white. I live out in the country so love these types of pictures!

Shawna&Co. said...

What a sweet horse. I feel like he is looking right at me!!!

Colleen said...

What a beautiful shot!!!! I just love horse photos!

Nancy C said...

That horse is saying, "Sonya, I'm sick of the snow too. Go make me some lemon cake, I mean bread."

Frau said...

Love it! My fancy smancy camera does not have B&W setting but my hubby little one does. I have been using picnik.com for my touch ups and B& W but I don't think it is that good.

Sonya said...

Thank you all so much for taking the time to stop by and leave me such wonderful comments!!!

Casey said...

Love this picture!! My daughter is a huge fan of horses and keeps wanting me to come back to see! Great shot!!

Thanks for visiting my blog :)

Christine said...

What a beautiful photo ... and horse!

Robin said...

What a pretty horse ... you will eventually get the hang of using your camera ... just take some patients & good friends :)

Don and Lisa Osborn said...

Hi Sonya~

Wow! I think your picture is great. I recently found out I have a b&w setting, too. I wonder what the pros and cons are of using it versus conversion...

I can't wait to peruse through your recipes!

Blessings~
Lisa

Marla said...

What a great photo of that fat old horse. Love it!!

Katy ~ said...

Now I'm going to have to go and see if my camera has a black and white setting, LOL.

Beautiful horse. I'm afraid of them but I do admire them from afar.