Your Mennonite photo is PERFECT for black and white. I can almost hear the music!
This subject works exceptionally well in black and white; it harkens to simpler times.
Beautiful and classic. Well done.
a classic indeed!
What a difference between this shot and the one in the post below. Black and white certainly makes a statement. Take away the color and you're left with just the story.
Awesome black & white picture... absolute vintage look!!
a photo tells such a story. this photo looks like it could be out of the 1950s
I have never seen a B&W looking so true... Very nice shot.
Beautiful, and so classic in black and white. If not for the mike stands you'd think it was a hundred years ago.
In balacka nad white they look even better! Very stylish.Have a nice week:)
Another old world scene like I felt with Greensboro's shot.
I got an instant flash-back to the 30s - well done!
It seems YOU are ready! :-)))The B&W makes a better shot, because we don't see the colors and the today things, but our eyes are attracted by their old fashion clothes, and their hats.Those people made an art of Simplicity, and B&W underlines it.
Fantastic;-) This picture is so B&W...
now, THAT'S a mennonite!:)
It's not just the b&w that makes the difference, but the cropping. So interesting, the choices we make and how those choices impact the experience of the viewer of the image.
Came across an interesting web site the other day, something like "These mennonite girls can cook." For some reason, this shot reminds me of it.
It does look like an old photo. The picture is heavenly too!
Hello dear friend!Another fabulous b & w picture! Léia :-)
Great mono image. :-)
I can almost hear them .. lovely shot!
The B&W gives the women's 19th century dresses a stark, other-worldly appearance.
This can't live with colour.Beautiful scenerie.Hartmut
I compared this photo with the one below, monochrome certainly enhances the subect.
Beautiful! Monochrome does suit them - there's a constancy about them.
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