Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Animal (no birds)

This week the topic is Any Animal (no birds they will be next week).  This is a topic you can really have enjoy.   Let’s see how creative you can get.  I’m looking forward to what you all decide to post.  I just want you to have some fun with your photography.

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.

  • Birds
  • Fire Prevention: Fire Trucks, Fire Houses, Fire Hydrant, Firemen
  • Fountains
  • Signs of Any Kind
  • Benches
  • Mirror images or Reflections

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.

For more information on this challenge, please visit the Black & White Challenge page.


  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.


Save the button to your computer and upload from there.
Still have questions? Please contact me.

For the Love of Challenges

I’ve put together a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.







Patagonian CavyQi (energy) hugs




  1. Cee, your images are gorgeous. I could get used to this black and white idea 🙂 Love the cat’s selective coloring, I may try that next! I’m with others…the alpaca is adorable. Looks like a naughty boy 😉


  2. Lovely animal portraits. I was interested in the Patagonian Cavy as I had never heard of them. It looks like a marsupial but I looked it up and it is listed as a rodent. It sure could be related to our kangaroos and wallabies though.


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