Inspired by Frank @ Beachwalk Reflections’ post on Gray, I decided to look through some older photos and experiment with some black and white edits. It’s fun to see how grays and blacks can change the mood of a photo.
These photos below were taken early last year. Is there one that stands out to you as a favorite?
The darkened leaves give me the feeling of a dark cold day to be spent indoors with a good book:
In this photo my eyes are directed to the pinecone:
The photo below gives me the feeling of a private secluded area that should be shared with someone special. A hint of romance:
My eyes are drawn to the silhouette of the bird in the center. Do you see the second bird in the photo?
The tops of the plants below seem to glow, even though it isn’t clear that the sun is shining down on them:
When I look at this photo it makes me feel as though I am in the center of what is happening here:
The plants below appear to glow in the sunlight:
“There is no such thing as a failed experiment, only experiments with unexpected outcomes.”
~ R. Buckminster Fuller