a few weeks ago i posted (see: https://rockhouse54.wordpress.com/2018/02/27/stop-in-the-name-of for another look at this) pictures of the same scene in spectacular BLACK and WHITE and DAZZLING COLOR. as i moved through time the idea played on the mind so i began collecting views throughout the portland, oregon vancouver, washington area, each shot in black and white then color leaving a unique impression on me, what do you think?
early, early spring at fort vancouver. shooting in black and white i am often reminded of the days before color pictures and such scenes.
vancouver barracks in spring color this is more like it, nice walkway
vancouver barracks vancouver, washington. steps to…
remnants from the past, vancouver barracks vancouver, washington. someday i will find out just what stood here.
the joseph shemanski fountain was given to the city of portland, oregon in 1926. this is a favorite visit for me whenever i am in the rose city.
joseph shemanski foutain in greys and whitesnot bad without color it almost looks like a overcast pnw day.
feburary snow in vancouver in spectacular winter color
snowed tree and roof out my bedroom window. even in black and white snow is spectacular!
arlene schnitzer theater, portland, oregon lookin’ good
color pops the schnitz in portland!
vancouver barracks vancouver, washington. greys abound
vancouver barracks vancouver, washington. who walked this way and how long ago
self portait in tones of grey, is good
shadowed self portait. wordless
coat and fence fort vancouver, washington. well pardner let me lay my jacket here on the fence and go check the lower forty. be right back!
coat and fence 2 at fort vancouver, washington. while pardner was out checking the lower forty the scene turned to color!
greener and blue skies above in vancouver. add some color to that nature shoot and wow!
occasionally black and white coupled with nature, is good vancouver barracks
clock tower in ester short park downtown vancouver, washington
clock tower and bench, ester short park vancouver, washington. not so bad in black and white, eh?