Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Letters K or L

Chris took this photo of me looking through a maple leaf.

This week the topic is Letters K or L.  This week I’m starting an alphabet series.  I’m doing two letters each week.  So you can choose just one of the  letters or use both letters. You can be creative with this topic.  I am eager to  see what everyone comes up with regarding this topic.   I just want you to have some fun with your photography.

Feel free to dig around in your archives for photos if you don’t have anything new you can photograph.

Upcoming Topics

For a list of upcoming topics, please see the list below.  Be creative and challenge yourself.  For a great black and white photo look for contrast or highly textured subjects to photograph.

  • Letters M or N
  • Letters O or P
  • Letters Q or R
  • Letters S or T
  • Letters U or V
  • Letters W or X

This challenge accepts the following types of photography:

  • Black and white photography
  • Sepia tones (browns)
  • Selective color with the majority of the photo being in black and white
  • Desaturated – very little color tone left in your photo

I hope you have FUN a lot of fun with this challenge.

If you adore challenges as much as I do, please check out WordPress’s Blog Event Listing for other challenges.


  1. Then add a link to your blog in my comment box.
  2. To make it easy for others to check out your photos and post, title your blog post “Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge” or (CB&W) tag.
  3. Remember to Follow My Blog to get your weekly reminders.

I usually will respond to your entry on your blog, rather than on my page.


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Kettle Korn
Chris took this photo of me looking through a maple leaf.

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      1. I was a Pilot Cee – Got my License back in 1989 🙂 Had to give it up when our lad was born in 2001 – though I did try going back in 2003. Family commitments were more important so I hung up my goggles with over 500 hours P1 and around the same as co-pilot with my fellow pilots.


          1. It was my ‘personal challenge’ and I used to enjoy flying in dodgy weather so it was best I gave it up 😉 Family should always come first 🙂


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