Monday, 18 April 2011

Trees in Mono




Here is a small study of trees at a local woods that I took at the weekend. I decided I wanted to make them a B+W set to concentrate on textures and tones instead of vibrant colour. I hope you find them interesting. 
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13 comments:

S. Etole said...

I like the texture this brings out very much.

Beatriz said...

the first seems the delicious garden.
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ju-north said...

Super! You can feel the textures!

Sandra said...

trees are one of my very most favorite thing in nature. these are so pretty and the mono does show the texture really well

Janie2 said...

I love trees. Thanks for this great post to your readers. Your black and whites tell the whole story. Checking over your blog and you gave me an idea. Rabbits, and how much I love them too. Maybe we will soon see a lot of rabbits on blogs? I will be back to see what is new.

smalldot said...

I like the 2nd image

Andrew Etchen said...

I love how B&W can show so much detail in photos and these are perfect examples of that.

J_on_tour@jayzspaze said...

Good choice. I've never thought about doing that with trees before, it seems to work well and changes the dynamics of the image in the first one.

Elaine said...

B&W definitely makes you see the textures more. Good work!

Elin said...

Really great photos of trees. I really like trees:) There is just something about them,,

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Love the textures and the look of lace in your first photo. The river birch has distinctive contrasts by its very nature.

Great shots and I do like the b/w.

Bises,
G

Chris said...

The first shot is my fav, but all are really good ones! Never thought of doing black and white on trees!

Sérgio Pontes said...

I like most of the 2nd one =)

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