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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Black and White Wednesday

 Summer and sunflowers just go together! 




13 comments:

  1. This makes me wish I'd grown sunflowers this year!

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  2. Interesting to see sunflowers in black and white JoAnn - I think it makes their shape more interesting.

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  3. They have become quite popular in Japan but never the great big ones. Now that I think of it, those big ones I love would probably not make it through typhoon season.

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  4. I like seeing the full, rich range of tints, tones and shades from black to white that you capture! You are very skilled at setting up lighting!

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  5. Yes, they're even gorgeous in black and white! Amazing flowers standing on those long legs!

    Mary x

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  6. I never would have thought of a sunflower in black and white. These are gorgeous and capture the beauty of those blossoms in an completely different way. Very nice! (BTW: Funny you should mention it - my first car was a little white Corvair! You don't see many around; that was one of the stars of Nader's book "Unsafe at any Speed," I think.)

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  7. JoAnn, these are such beautiful photos. Sunflowers are so colorful and I seem to always just think of them in brilliant golds and yellows, but they are stunning in black and white..Happy Weekend..Judy

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  8. We have lots of Sunflowers this year. Well we did last year and a bunch of volunteers came up this year too. I really like the Sunflowers in B&W. Good idea.
    I took pics of the "Super Moon" and posted them the next day. Or that night. August 10th.
    MB

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  9. I've always loved black and white. - Margy

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  10. I do like black and white photos. Wow. these are great. Are they your flowers?

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  11. Sunflowers in black and white are so dramatic looking, the details of each flower are so pronounced. Beautiful photos JoAnn. I just went out and looked at my half a dozen or so sunflowers and they almost look black and white as the color has faded from them and the seeds have all turned black.

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