Friday, 1 May 2015

MY NEW SHOE

Shoe woven from elasticated colours in black and white.

My old red shoe has long been the symbol for Loose and Leafy (my other blog) and although it fell to bits several years ago I'm keeping it. But here is my latest shoe in black and white. The colours in real life are vibrant - a weaving of red and orange and green and yellow - even silver - so it's a bit daft to convert it to black and white. But colourful shoes are fun so we may as well have fun with them don't you think?
For  a Weekend in Black and White

14 comments:

Mascha said...

Oh yeah, colorful shoes can be a big fun.. but the photo I like more in B&W (have seen the other), well done!

Dragonstar said...

I really like the patterns in black and white.

Toffeeapple said...

I am all for colour!

LonettA said...

Great photo in B&W! Fine details of this shoe!

NatureFootstep said...

this shoe is screaming SUMMER! Love it!

Birgitta said...

Cool and great shot!

Photo Cache said...

These are en vogue now.

Visiting from BLACK AND WHITE WEEKEND.

FRANKLY MY DEAR

desertskyquilts said...

I like it in black and white, but in color, it will go with anything you wear!

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Beautiful b&w.

James said...

I like this a lot! The pattern on the shoe and the little flowers make a wonderful b & w photo.

Kicki said...

Cute, with the flowers around!

My daugther just tried my weddingdress...and she isn't a singer!:)

Irene said...

Cool shot ... and great in B&W

Snapperoni :: Photography said...

That's a pretty shoe! I feel like grabbing some coloured pens and filling the colours in.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

Hello Everyone who commented on the black and white photograph of my new summer shoes. Although I like monochrome in photography I wouldn't enjoy wearing them so much if this is what they look like in real life!

Snapperoni - you don't need to colour them in. You can see their full colour version on my other blog, Loose and Leafy

http://looseandleafy.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/the-valley-of-stones.html