~ Cee’s B&W Challenge – Hiding or Camouflaged ~

This week’s black and white photo challenge from Cee’s Photography is something that appears to be hiding or camflouged so that it blends into the background. Our beagle Jello is a perfect subject for this challenge because of her mottled coloring.

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Jello sitting in the sun waiting for a squirrel to chase.

 Do you see her in this one?

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Jello sitting atop the water feature.

And for your final challenge —

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Jello in the brambles sniffing out rabbits.

In case you’re still looking — here she is in color!

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Wishing everyone ‘happy hunting’ on this fine Saturday.

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8 Responses to ~ Cee’s B&W Challenge – Hiding or Camouflaged ~

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    These are super duper camouflaged photos of Jello.

  2. Hello Jello! Happy Saturday!!!

  3. Galen911 says:

    Those are really neat photographs and perfect for the topic you are wanting to convey. We had a dog some years ago that used to chase rabbits out of the back yard. One day she caught one… and didn’t have the faintest idea what to do with it! She just dropped it quickly and ran to chase another one. Very entertaining (at the expense of the rabbits).

    Galen

  4. Lindy Le Coq says:

    Thanks for the compliment, Galen. Beagles will take a rabbit in their mouth and snap its neck in a second — not a chance of surviving. That’s why I make sure the bunnies can get to safety before Jello catches them!

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