Jude’s Bench Challenge, Black and White February

Jude likes to photograph benches and has discovered that lots of other people share that little passion, so last month she started a monthly challenge. The topic this month is black and white, visit her here https://smallbluegreenwords.wordpress.com/bench-series/ to learn more and join in.
My entry is a photo from my collection taken in Ghana, when I visited Sirigu Women’s Co-operative for Pottery and Art, a few years ago. It wasn’t the most comfortable of benches, but the thatch roof provided much needed shelter from the extreme heat and sun.
Gillys Africa--Ghana 143
In case you’re wondering the bench was actually red, white and black but it seems to me it works quite well in monochrome because of the contrast, what do you think?

20 thoughts on “Jude’s Bench Challenge, Black and White February

  1. Definitely works well in B&W Gilly, and as you say it is because there is contrast and pattern. I think I’d probably like a cushion or two as well πŸ™‚
    Thanks for joining in again!

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