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A Giant's Shadow


When I was very young, I imagined that giants lived on the hills and mountains. Have I finally spotted one?

It's time for The Weekend in Black and White, hosted by Dragonstar. Click here to find other participants.

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  1. Oh yes! It's trying to hide, but you've seen it! Lovely photo.

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    1. Thanks, Dragonstar. Since I can't remember where this hillside is, the giant is safe from ever being found.

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  2. Love your story with this photo! Yes, I also see the giant, hihi ;-)
    Nice contribution to The Weekend in Black and White.

    Visiting from The Weekend in b&w, greetings from Hilde :-D
    My post: http://stapjesonderweg.blogspot.be/2015/06/mirador-de-yanahuara.html

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  3. Bold folds of landscape there. An interesting one.

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    1. It's inland on the California Central Coast, Gemma. The landscape there is amazing.

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  4. Love the rolling hills and the giant is a great bonus.

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  5. Cool story.

    Visiting from BLACK AND WHITE WEEKEND.

    FRANKLY MY DEAR

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    1. Thanks. II imagined the giants looking like the giant in Jack & the Beanstalk.

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  6. Wow, stunning shadow! Great shot.
    www.homezweethome.info/2015/06/ready-to-fly.html

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  7. I like your black and white photo challenge photos. How did you come to find out about this challenge?

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    1. By happen chance. I participated in another meme (don't recall which one) and noticed some of the photographers had posts of B&W photos so followed their links to this challenge. I thought why not and gave it a try. I edit my photos to B&W in Photoshop.

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  8. It looks exceptionally well in B/W
    I came visiting you from "Weekend in Black and White!
    Greetings from German

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  9. Great photo and it does look like a giant is sleeping

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    1. Thanks, Birgit. Everyone here has seen the giant. Hurrah!

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  10. "There Be Giants!!!" (giggle) - love & love to you.

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  11. I think so. And she/he doffs her 'at to yer. :D

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