Black-and-White at Big Bend

February 17, 2012 at 4:04 am (Big Bend National Park, Big Bend National Park TX, Black-and-White Photography, National Parks, Photography, TX)


Moonrise over the Window, Chisos Mountains

I decided to do something different and go retro – back to black-and-white.  These are a few of my favorite BW images of Big Bend National Park in far west Texas.  I worked and lived in Big Bend for two winters, and it is truly a special place.    Of course, these are all digital images.

Century Plants in the Spotlight

Grapevine Hills spires at sunset

Lost Mine Trail in fog

Grapevine Hills road yucca

El Pico from Persimmon Gap road

Sierra del Carmen range and fall cottonwoods

Road to Rio Grande Village

Pinyon Pine and the Window

All images copyrighted by Cindy McIntyre

My website:  CindyMcIntyre.com

To see full sized images on this blog:  Go to Big Bend Gallery

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3 Comments

  1. Bob Zeller said,

    Wow! Shades of Ansel Adams. Great shot, Cindy. 🙂

  2. Cindy McIntyre said,

    Thanks Bob – Ansel would have had a few more “zones” in his images, but he was definitely the master.

  3. elmediat said,

    Excellent B&W compositions.

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