Today we took a trip back to one of the happiest places of my childhood, the east Texas piney woods. Because I found the trip so nostalgic, I decided to play with black and white for some of my pictures I took.
We enjoyed getting to go by and see the place that I grew up loving. Our weekend place, The Farm. The trees my uncle planted now are fully grown and have a rope swing. The pasture my parents cleared and got poison ivy so bad they had to go to the doctor is still beautiful, the red dirt road is the same. The house is double the size it was when we lived there.
My mom, Memie, and our sweet Lumi are still here with us so I couldn’t make them black and white.
Don’t they both look great?
Enjoy the shots taken at some property I fell in love with today and some shots from Dam-B, the lake I grew up on.
I just had to show you how beautiful this little blue flower is.
I love these old gate toppers. I think they are greyhounds but I can’t be sure.
The property in the woods has some funny signs.
1 thought on “Black and White Memories”
With a camera in your hand it’s as if things pop out at you and scream, pick me, pick me! The detail of the blue flower is so striking. I enjoyed the black and whites as well. Thanks for sharing.