While in Asheville, NC this past week, we took a trolley tour of the city. During the tour, the driver pointed out something a little quirky about two adjoining buildings. The two buildings were built at the exact same time. They were designed by two different architects and built by two different contractors. Only the building on the corner, the 13 story Jackson Building, Asheville’s first skyscraper, was built with stairs and elevators. The adjoining and shorter 8 story Westall Building was built without these conveniences. Instead there is an open archway on each floor connecting the two buildings so that the occupants of the Westall Building can share the stairs or elevators of the Jackson Building to gain access to their offices.
Selective color or “Single Color on Black & White” is something that I have never played around with so this challenge gave me something new to have some fun with. Riverwalk in downtown Bradenton along the Manatee River never fails to provide photo ops and this visit was no exception. There is a lot of color in the children’s playground area, notwithstanding lots and lots of petunias. A perfect opportunity to experiment with presenting a couple of examples of “Single Color on Black & White”.
It’s time to use one of the alternate themes available to us. I guess the whole idea of this challenge is to make us think and use our ingenuity. I thought long and hard for this theme and finally decided that to meet the intent of the “Black & White”theme I would cover both alternatives, a Black & Whitesubject in a Black & Whiteimage.
And for those of us who have those dyslexic moments, I provide this idea on the theme Black & White.