B&W Photo Challenge Day Seven

I was tagged a few days ago to participate in the black and white photo challenge by Kim author of I Tripped Over a Stone.  If you haven’t “met” Kim or visited her website, please do.  Kim’s blog is primarily geared toward living with Fibromyalgia, but it’s not only informative about her disease, she offers great advice and support for so many people no matter what they have on their plate.  I definitely consider myself blessed to be able to call her my friend.

You know there are always rules to everything in life! The rules for this are straightforward. Seven days. Seven black and white photos of your life. No people. No explanation. Challenge someone new each day.

Today I invite, my dear friend Bill, from Superman can’t find a phonebooth.  While superman may not being able to find the phone booth, I think he may have found his new calling.  Bill is a story teller, and a damn good one at that.  He is a fascinating man that continues to fight to live his life after a kidney transplant in 2011.  Lately Bill seems to be finding himself in the right place at the right time.  If you have a minute, check out his post here, you will not regret that you did.

My dear friend, I hope you will  join the challenge 

I’m curious to see the world through your lens!!!!!

11 thoughts on “B&W Photo Challenge Day Seven

      1. thank you Grace…….I got them downloaded and for some reason my black and white photos once downloaded turned color?!!! how and the heck does that happen……..I am working on it…….

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