25 Wonderful Black and White Countryside Landscapes

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Something about getting out into the countryside makes us all want to pull out a camera. The open fields and fresh air are great, but they also allow a lot of opportunity for great photography. These shots show what can be done in black and white with a little talent and thought. Check out our landscape resources at the end of the post and share your own black and white countryside photographs in the comments!

WINTER FIELD AND TREES by kelp1966, on Flickr

0207 by Cia de Foto, on Flickr

Black and white grassfield by chippycc, on Flickr

Stormy Horizon by Earl-Wilkerson, on Flickr

Nature’s Foreclosure (Explore) by CJ Schmit, on Flickr

Sun & Rain by Tomorrow Never Knows, on Flickr

End of days by Jayt74, on Flickr

Plough lines (Picnik Edit) by Jayt74, on Flickr

Say: goodbye by SergioTudela, on Flickr

Forgiveness by jonathanrperkins, on Flickr

Salt of The Earth by Edward Rhys, on Flickr

In the Field 1 by Stephen A. Wolfe, on Flickr

. by andrew prickett, on Flickr

Nobody Home – B&W by CJ Schmit, on Flickr

lava field portrait by woodleywonderworks, on Flickr

bale of straw (V) by Romtomtom, on Flickr

Army Photography Contest – 2007 – FMWRC – Arts and Crafts – Dirt Road by familymwr, on Flickr

Amber Valley by Duncan~, on Flickr

To the Clouds by Reemul, on Flickr

field by J. Tegnerud, on Flickr

Forgotten Fences by Thairms, on Flickr

The fields by Thairms, on Flickr

Loneliness by Shekynah, on Flickr

tuscan’s waves by rayced, on Flickr

Holme Moss Panorama BW by Fields of View, on Flickr

Landscape Photography Resources

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