Black and White NF Catching Light: Jogger

Stewie and I were in Bunn’s Creek Park the other day when I spied a jogger coming towards us. I knew I shouldn’t try to get a photo of her as she approached but I did manage to turn around and snap a photo of her after she had jogged past and rounded a corner in the path. The path lead to an open area in the park so there was lots of sun which made for a good photo for the Catching Light meme. Normally I would keep a Catching Light photo in colour, but I really liked the look of black and white and realized it would be a good photo for Weekend in Black and White too:
jogger1 for blog

Linking to the Weekend in Black and White here.

Linking to NF Catching Light meme on Monday here.NF Catching Light



17 thoughts on “Black and White NF Catching Light: Jogger

  1. I have to agree, the black and white is excellent. I love that you caught her with both feet off the ground. It accentuates the action without a motion blur … this is a very cool picture and the light plays perfectly into it. I also like your new header … now don’t tell me it’s been up there for weeks and I just haven’t noticed it. I sometimes have my head in the ground … hmmm. Izzi tore her ACL and is out of commision for at least 6 weeks … she is not a happy camper. Nor am I .. she is my partner in keeping fit 😦 Hello to Stewie from Izzi.

    Andrea @ From The Sol


  2. I’m sure this makes a better shot. I think that was a good decision to photograph her back. And the light works so well with the subject.
    A very nice picture. 🙂


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