Moments in time – black & white photography

Running up museum stairs in Savannah

There’s something about black and white photography which – for me – grabs a moment in time.

I recently visited Savannah, Georgia to visit my Mum (she’s actually a Mom – and I explain why here) who moved there last year from London. The city is incredibly beautiful…filled with vibrant flowers and lined with live oaks and hanging moss. But I’ve saved some special moments from the trip in black and white photos.

My son running up museum steps (above).

Easter Day lunch with my children and their grandmother in the ballroom of a hotel.Ice cream at Easter Day lunch in Savannah

Water dancing in a fountain.

Fountain spray, Savannah

My daughter in Tybee, Georgia – I feel like we stepped back in time.

Child cat Tybee Georgia

Umbrella and statue black and white photography Savannah

And a walk in Savannah after a rainfall when I spied an umbrella on a stoop and wondered about the unknown lives behind the front door.

19 thoughts on “Moments in time – black & white photography”

  1. Wonderful photos Kriss, there’s something rather fabulous about black and white. I’m looking forward to doing more of it! Sounds like you had a fabulous time, loved last week’s photos and these are brilliant too. Seems like a great place to visit. Thank you so much for sharing with #whatsthestory

  2. awww this is beautiful. I love black and white photos i think they are so much more special than colour as they lead your imagination to work.

    thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments x

  3. Hello there, what beautiful photographs. I think monochrome captures a really special quality about images that we can’t always see in colour. Lovely blog x#magicmoments

  4. As always, your photos are beautiful!! I’m hoping to visit Savannah sometime in the near future. I’m not too far now that I’m in South Carolina 🙂

  5. Oh you must Dean – Savannah is definitely worth a visit. and there’s lots of things to do there with kids as I’ve written before.

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