Isn’t it wonderful how black and white transforms simple things into amazing art? Have a lovely day Meg 🙂
I have a number of black & white images from Warsaw, perhaps I, too, should do a B&W Poland!
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Yes please. That would be a treat!
OK, you’re on…but it won’t be for a day or two!
I can wait. Waiting will increase the tremors of anticipation!!
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Oh Meg, please don’t have a dose of the tremors on my account…..
Nice! Have you considered sharpening the contrast and clarity even further?
I just had yet another fiddle with some of them, with some good results. Thank you for the suggestion.
Oh this is wonderful Meg. Such fabulous textures and angles and lines. Love love black and white.
Now I only have to post my collection of feet, and I can clear a few long-term savings.
ok that sounds interesting!
The romanesco broccoli is especially striking 🙂
Ah. Now I know what it is. Given the nine-box treatment, I thought it looked like something you’d find in a rock pool!
Indeed it looks a lot like coral. Also very good to eat 🙂
J ate it while I was in Gdańsk!
So annoying! On the bus to Dad’s and can’t see it very well. I’ll be back later xxx
Really enjoying this B&W selection.
Great examples of how texture and patterns create fantastic black and white images. All very artistic.
I’m not only addicted to blogging, I’m addicted to photo-fiddling. Maybe I’ve got B&W out of my system now. Notice I didn’t call it 1!
Haha… best to avoid a series! And I hope to see more of your work in B&W – street photography suits that format.
You obviously remember my aborted mermaids!
Back again. Can you tell me more about the one that looks like artwork- black and shiny? Taking colour out does make some things look more interesting. I like the textured bricks/wooden flooring. 🙂
Textured bricks / wooden flooring is actually the bench at the tram station opposite the apartment, so you are dead right about things looking more interesting when colour is removed! The black and shiny one is the oily water in the Motława in Gdańsk, multi-post-processed.
I experienced what would’ve been a double treat for you today: I travelled in a tram, which was showing images on its screen of trams in Warsaw – in a tunnel with all the requisite lights; against a sunset; moving along through light fog. Dunno why: International Tram Day? A celebration of Swiss investment in Polish transport? There were no words for me not to understand.
Now I have serious tram envy. 😦 If only I could have helped you to not understand! 🙂
Beautiful pictures, love the patterns in black and white.
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