That is a great b&w photograph. Enjoy your journey.
Super shot in B&W, I like the angle and also their expression really makes this photo fully alive.
Both lovely. I like the POV on the color as I can imagine what they're thinking and feel like I'm standing right behind them, but the BW is super fantastic in it's contrasts.
I love them both, but there is a "drama" in the B&W that is really cool! Terrific shots, James, as always! Have a wonderful weekend!!
Both stunning. And moving. Such treasure you share with us!
I much prefer the monochrome though of course the colour of that hat is kind of typical...
B&W is my favorite, I like the composition here.And the pic makes me dream: It could be a picture for writing class: who are they, why are they here? What do they think?.. It seems to me that they're back after a long while . Really beautiful and moving shot!
This is amazing. I am literally visiting Budapest in a month, and I can't wait!!!MersadMersad Donko Photography
I love your header image!You are always talented with your camera, great compositions, I think I prefer b&w.hugsLéia
Great shots. I like them James.
The mono is more artsy IMO and my favorite.
Like both of them. Beautiful shots!
Both of them are great photos James! I was trying to pick one over the other, but I couldn't do it.
Après une longue absence due à un problème d'intrus qui me piquait mon blog ! Ai-je trouvé la solution ? Je l'espère...N'est-il pas beau de vieillir ensemble ? Beaucoup de souvenirs en commun et une connaissance parfaite de l'autre, c'est bien ![chez nous, c'est 45 ans de mariage... de nos jours, c'est rare, non ?]
Of course, I love them both, but the woman's lavender hat and clearly seeing her arm linked onto the man's in the color version really touches my heart!
Ma préférence va vers le noir et blanc. Peut-être aussi pour le regard qui s'ouvre vers la ville.
I must be the only one to prefer the color one!I like anonym people on a picture when they are part of an important scenery around. But it's me :-)
They are both beautiful shots. The B & W is striking and timeless but the colour one is more about the couple and is my favourite.