04.25.2016 Change of pace

I’m still here, but haven’t really recovered yet.  So last night I figured I’d try something different for a change.  I’ve converted color images of flowers into black and white before, but decided to go a step further and be a little more expressive with my art.

Here’s a Wood Poppy from 2011.  the original and ….

Wood-Poppy-close-up-BW-1075There was a lovely sunrise this morning.  The overcast hadn’t quite reached the horizon, so the underside was lit in nice bands of pastel pink/magenta.  Oh well.


About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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6 Responses to 04.25.2016 Change of pace

  1. Gallivanta says:

    Sorry you are still under the weather. Love the all white look.

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  2. Wow what a change. Sort of abstract but then sometimes I don’t know where the line is drawn for abstract. I am sorry that you are still not feeling up to par. Must have been aggravating to have missed a gorgeous sunrise.

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  3. I like the “crest of the sand dune” in the upper left.


    • Interesting that you see the overlapping petals as a crest. I can see that also although will admit that I didn’t until you suggested. Sometimes not being familiar with the subject allows that sort of vision.


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