Life in grayscale

I always loved the old black and white photographs from our old family albums. There is something very charming about those photographs, just like old memories. Since then, I always felt that the world looks so much more enchanting in monochrome.

I own a Canon 550D with an 18-55 mm lens. I love taking photographs. And seldom I keep a black and white copy of some of my favourites. Here are some from my collection:

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Ruins of A 2500 years old palace near Kolkata, India.

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One afternoon at a train station.

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An abandoned boat.

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My world.

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Foggy afternoon in a village in the Himalayas.

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Coffee House.

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Happy feet.

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Rikshaws.

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Music.



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5 thoughts on “Life in grayscale

  1. Pingback: Life in greyscale part – II | The Other Side Of Life

  2. Awesome pictures! Especially the village in Himalayas. I like to think of B&W photography as bringing the old back..and it gives the picture a whole different mood.

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