INFORMATION AND REQUESTS

INFORMATION AND REQUESTS.

Each week this blog will publish on Friday at 6pm Irish time. Mister Linky will remain open until 8am on Monday.

PLEASE LINK DIRECTLY to your monochrome post. If your link leads to your home page it makes it very difficult for anyone trying to visit after a few days.

PLEASE don't hide your photo(s) in a whole string of entries for other memes - it's hard for all concerned.


PLEASE post ONLY BLACK AND WHITE photos - no patches of colour and no sepia or other colour treatments however good they may look. A black and white photo with added colour will lead to REMOVAL OF THE LINK. This challenge is ONLY for black and white photographs.

Friday, February 19, 2016

Friday, 19th February, 2016.

Gret photos fom Mascha (Downwards...), All That Photos (Light), Alexa (Brooklyn Bridge), rupam sarma (Cosmos), KNPhotos (Spain), and Birgitta B. (Echinacea purpurea).









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   PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE COPYRIGHT OF THESE PHOTOS REMAINS  WITH THEIR OWNERS. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT EXPRESS PERMISSION
 

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7 comments:

Birgitta said...

Thanks so much Dragonstar! Have a nice weekend!

Nora said...

thanks for hosting this long time meme. I like it.

veredit - isabella kramer said...

Awesome selection!! My over all favorite from this is "downwards".
But every single image is absolutely gorgeous. Congrats pals.


happy weekend Dragonstar and many thanks for hosting. you're a weekly highlight for me.

xxx, isabella

Alexa said...

I'm SO pleased to have my photo featured here—thanks and congrats to my fellow photogs!

rupam sarma said...

Great to see my click here. Thanks a lot Dragonstar.
~ Have a nice weekend to all ~

Linda said...

Interesting selection - 3 light-thru-a-window scenes and 3 blossom-type subjects.

Merisi said...

Beautiful selection, hard to chose a favorite! :-)
The "Spain" photograph is intriguing, going to find out more about the location.

Thank you for hosting again,
Merisi