Seeing small things in black-and white in Woodplumpton.

For this weeks Black & White Challenge I’ve found some pictures of small things I spotted when visiting St Anne’s Church  in the neighbouring village of Woodplumpton.

small things monochrome Cee's B&W ChallengeWOODPLUMPTON CHURCH: Swan Vestas Matches

WOODPLUMPTON CHURCH: Swan Vestas Matches ©HelenBushe


small things Cee's B&W Challenge monochromeWOODPLUMPTON CHURCH: Lace Tablecloth

WOODPLUMPTON CHURCH: Lace Tablecloth ©HelenBushe




small things WOODPLUMTON CHURCH: Door Detail monochrome B&W Challenge Cee's

WOODPLUMPTON CHURCH: Door Detail ©HelenBushe


monochrome small things Cee's B&W challengeWOODPLUMTON CHURCH: Snuffed out Candles

WOODPLUMPTON CHURCH: Snuffed out Candles ©HelenBushe


monochrome small things CEE's B&W ChallengeWOODPLUMTON CHURCH: Lost Property

WOODPLUMPTON CHURCH: Lost Property ©HelenBushe


Camera : FUJI x100s

Settings: ISO 4000, 1/6sec hand held, f8.

Post-processing: CS6 and Nik Silver Efex Pro 2


You can  see more of St Anne’s Church in Woodplumpton here:

The Escaping Witch

Churchyard and Spire

Organ Pipes

Heavy Metal


You can see more entries for this weeks Black & White Challenge: Small Subjects here:


paulfraser11 · 21 August 2017 at 21:23

Mono images always have the ability to reveal detail, you may not normally see Helen, this is a lovely collection of the things you have seen. I do like the coaster and the verse on it. Always one to make me think :))

    HMB · 21 August 2017 at 21:33

    Yes, I totally agree about monochrome and about the verse .

Amy · 21 August 2017 at 19:10

Beautifully captured, Helen! They are meaningful small things.

    HMB · 21 August 2017 at 19:13

    Thanks Amy. I really enjoyed being let loose in the church with my camera. I took these small things once I’d taken the ancient bell, the font, and the organ pipes. Have a good week. Your solar eclipse is live on our TV right now,

      Amy · 21 August 2017 at 19:26

      On TV, blogs, webs, google…. but we don’t see the difference in TX. 🙁

        HMB · 21 August 2017 at 19:28

I'm always pleased to read comments.....

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