SUNDAY POST: Black & White

As much as I like green, there are scenes in nature that look better in B&W, such as this birch tree. Some of you may recognize this tree from my previous post Merge,  but recycling is in, or so I have been told 😉

Here is a song by Alan Parsons Project… Click on 09 – Dreamscape


34 Comments on “SUNDAY POST: Black & White

  1. Great shot – black’nd white shots can bring up maybe more details than many colors – at least for another supplementary way – some thing will be presented in a completely different and at least as good way – as birch trees… 😉

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    • This is my first b&w tree, and I am happy with how it turned out, though I am a big fan of green 😉 Thank you Lisa!

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  2. Nicely done Paula, Great perspective and processing! And how very “green” of you, recycling this photo 😉

    The music is very peaceful, could put me right to sleep.

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    • And we don’t want that with all the coffee you had to put in you 😀 Thanks Jeffo. I am still trying to remain “green” 😉

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  3. What to say to avoid being a speed clicker, as previous one (to quote “Pop” Larkin from The Darling Buds of May) just perfect!!!!

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    • Hey CG 🙂 It’s nice to hear from you :)…. I will be waiting for your photos of “ilha misteriosa” ;). Have fun!!!

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    • I appreciate it Naomi.. it was my firt conversion into black and white .. it took me a couple of hours to get it right :D.

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