A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
Grade A Grain.
I like the contrast. And I particularly like the bit of ivy at the bottom.
Love the image, very nice.
awsome! This is the kind of pic made for b&w...very nice!
Spectacular. The grainy effect is wonderful.
Lots of contrast...that's wild!
I love the way old wood looks and you captured this so well.
Sooo nice :-)
Very beautiful high contrast! :)Hope you're fine!
love the texture...
Gorgeous with a lovely texture. Thanks for sharing.
I love the contrast enhancing. Very good in b&wh!
Perfect image for B/W, Lucy.
This is the beauty of B&W photography...it allows you to use your imagination when you see pictures like these. Fantastic as usual!
Isn't it interesting that when you capture an image in real life, it can take on an abstract form? I like it.
Very stark, but in this case it fitted very well.
Lovely collection of twirls and swirls here. Old, decaying wood is one of my favourite things ... along with rusty metal and lichen covered rocks ... and old people.
Effective use of contrast.
Wow, you really pushed the contrast on this one. It's like calligraphy with wood.
Hello Aileni.Thanks for your multi-meaning comment!Lucy
Hello all of you who liked the heightened contrast in the picture of fallen wood - Dragonstar (ivy gets everywhere!) Sistertex, Merlin Princess (I'm fine thanks, suddenly noticing spring!) Dagrun, John and Aware Writer.Lucy
Hello Don and Sher, Anne and Maria.Glad you liked the picture of the fallen wood.This was huge - taller than me (and very much wider!). If I had had more time, I could have taken lots of photos from different angles and they would all have been different.As it was, I was meeting someone and already late because of other things I had seen to photograph on the way. Fortunately, people know my eye is likely to be caught and that will delay me. They get cross but at least they don't worry.Lucy
great composition, and the monochrome works really nicely here!
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