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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Black and White Wednesday

I thought I'd try this post about the garden in the rain, in Black and White - the raindrops really look magical!!

Foxglove leave.  You can see our house reflected in the big drops on the left and the right. 
Honeysuckle leaves - the raindrops look almost like diamonds
White Petunia 
Sweet Pea
Bleeding heart leaf  
Larkspur greenery 
Larkspur flowers 
Tiny Forget-Me-Nots just coming up 
Close up of Geranium 
Another Geranium 
 Freesia
Tomato leaves 
A refreshing summer rain and now it smells so good!!


11 comments:

greenthumb said...

So very pretty, so very clear.

Anonymous said...

Love your pictures, very inspiring for me as I am new to photography.... and a complete novice! :)

carol l mckenna said...

Divine photography ~ love the nature photos with the raindrops for BWW ~ thanks, ^_^

artmusedog and carol ( A Creative Harbor)

J said...

I do love black and white photography - especially these! But they always remind me of the "value scale" we were required to paint in Design 101. It wasn't as easy as it looked and I still can't get all of those tints, tones and shades out of my head when I see photos like this!

Adrienne said...

Raindrops really do pop - especially on the darker leaves! Great contribution! Thanks for linking up!

Kay said...

These are equally beautiful in black and white. Obviously, they're great shots!

Anonymous said...

Such lovely shots.

Powell River Books said...

Back when I used my 35mm camera and real film, I used to love to do blank and white and develop it myself. I went to a high school adult education class to use their darkroom. It was really reasonable, and they had all the equipment and chemicals ready to go. Since I've used digital, I haven't converted many shots. Maybe I should try. - Margy

CountryMouse said...

I love water drops during and after rain. These look great in b&w, make me notice the detail.

Will said...

The leaves look bejeweled. Lovely.~May

Carla said...

Love the water drop shots. I find it really cool you caught your house reflected in the raindrops.