When we go on a road trip, we will often take photographs from our drive in a similar way to how we take pictures out of windows of an airplane. During our road trip to Scottsdale a few years ago, we took many different photographs as we made our way from Colorado to Arizona. We converted several of the pictures to black and white, which obviously changes the perspective. At least to us, seeing photographs in black and white has the effect of making it feel as though the pictures were taken some time back in time and not in the present day. Do you have an opinion of black and white photographs?
4 thoughts on “Taking a Drive Back in Time”
Every year I get this question from my younger students: “Why didn’t they have colors in the past?” or some variation on that theme. So fun to correct that misunderstanding.
If it weren’t for the modern cars my brain would have thought these were from the past.
What a nice gallery of photos from your roadtrip 😀
Thank you 🙂