I am just getting used to black and white again, trying to see my color photos that way. There are some scenes that just cry out to be black and white. Like these clouds. I took this photo through the windshield of our car on the highway.
Here in the rainy Pacific Northwest, it’s often pretty gray outside, but there is still color, which you can see when you compare the color image to the black-and-white image. I think I actually like this one better!
This photo of the rocks at Deception Pass State Park looks great this way. It was a bright, sunny day with an intense blue sky.
Here’s a new way to look at a deep pink rose.
And one of our ornamental grasses in the back yard.
Here’s the link to Terri’s original post.
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Your B&W renditions are stunning! The “pink” rose is full of texture that the color otherwise might have hidden. Beautiful work 🙂