Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge:Bricks or Stones

Here are my photos for this challenge. I haven’t been very far a field because of work and then getting a really nasty virus. I have been grounded for nearly two weeks. These are mostly taken in Oatland. Many of the buildings here in Oatlands are constructed of sandstone. There are many dry stone walls and one or two red brick buildings on the High Street. I stuck with those for these photos.

Impressive sandstone building in Oatlands
Sandstone building
cornerstones
cornerstones
Red brick cottage
Red brick cottage
Front door and red brickwork of small cottage Oatlands
Front door to red brick cottage showing lovely old brickwork
red brickwork
Red brickwork
Front gate showing brick pillars
Front gate with brick pillars
Dry stone wall
Dry stone wall
Fancy stonework
Stonework
Bricks
Red bricks

 

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Bricks or Stones

Things of Stone and Brick

I have a week of painting and moving furniture ahead of me so I don’t see myself getting out to take any new photos. Luckily with the B&W challenge I never feel quite so guilty about using old photos and I enjoy the creative part of choosing which colour shots to change to black and white or sepia. So, as I like to say, here are some I prepared earlier.

Brick Building in Hobart
Convict Brick and Stone steps, old Oatlands Gaol.
Brick and Stone work St David’s Cathedral ,Hobart
Stone Edging around a flower bed.
“Crazy Paving” outside a 1950s style house.