34 thoughts on “Odiorne Point

  1. Dymoon

    I like both, they are poetic, each in a different way. but to have that vista before me at this moment, would be sooooooooooooo wonderfully calming. Good morning!

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      That’s interesting. You want to see it the way that you’re used to seeing it. It’s a nice place. I park my car here and then ride to Hampton Beach and back. Not today, of course. 🥶

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  2. loisajay

    I do love seeing the same photo in both B&W and color. I see different stories in each photo. The sky looks so pretty blending into the water, so for that reason I go with the color.

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  3. Lindy Le Coq

    Black and white photos of landscapes always take me back to the early photos I would see in my grandparent’s albums, so it seems like it’s from another century. Since I love color, love being able to see and discern colors I’m a sucker for color landscapes!

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  4. sloppy buddhist

    The b/w shows more textures and details…feels timeless… but I also know I’ve had some art reviews pushing b/w so maybe it’s just this moment in time for me as well Chris … can’t wait for cycling again … have a lovely weekend ~ smiles Hedy ☺️💫🙋‍♀️

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  5. Kirt D Tisdale

    I love both of them for different reasons. The color photograph highlights the beauty of the colors in nature with the water, beach, sky and clouds. The black and white creates a somber mood highlighting the smaller subjects in the photograph, ie: the trees in the background and what looks like a stump in the foreground! Well done!!

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