"The artist is the confidant of nature,
flowers carry on dialogues with him through the graceful bending of their stems
and the harmoniously tinted nuances of their blossoms.
Every flower has a cordial word which nature directs towards him."
I was exploring B&W with various pics...
I loved this series in color...but thought it might work in B&W too...
What do you think???
Lovely subtle tones of light in this wonderful macro.ReplyDelete
+1, I think you done good!ReplyDelete
I think the light works really well for the change over Chieftess, very soft and subtle.ReplyDelete
A magical shot!ReplyDelete
wow beautiful photo !ReplyDelete
Thanks all!!! I still prefer the color shot...but I liked the way this one turned out!!! Thanks for visiting and commenting!!!ReplyDelete
Wow! This is magnificent, the light and composition is amazing.ReplyDelete
It works beautifully, as exquisite in black and white as it would be in color. Thank you for sharing :)ReplyDelete
My pleasure, DeniseinVA!!!
You thought it might work and it sure did!ReplyDelete
It definitely works, Kathy!ReplyDelete
Thanks << Louis >>!!!ReplyDelete
I think it works. I think it is really coolReplyDelete
I think you get to renew your license year after year.ReplyDelete
Plus I love your new banner.
Thanks Margaret and Petrea!!!ReplyDelete
I'm not usually a fan of B&W,but the light in this one is lovely.
photographed with such sensitivity... absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)ReplyDelete
Thanks Laura... Truth be told... The sunset wasn't all that good on this day and I decided to practice getting macros... I wasn't all that impressed with the flowers I was trying to shoot... Turns out they're my favorite macros!!!ReplyDelete