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A beautiful post for the b&w theme!
I really like B&W pictures. Dramatic!, and makes you see things differently.
There is something I like about black and white Ann - I think it defines the line better.
Wonderful images! Remember how exciting it was to get a letter? That shot captures that anticipation. xoSheila
Your lovely pictures look so "old fashioned" to me. They bring me back to grandma's back yard, where these blossoms crawled up on everything and looked so pretty. Grandma could grow anything!
Beautiful and elegant floral bw shots for bww!artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)
B & W really brings out the details of the flowers and leaves.
Love how the texture in the petals and the lines in the leaves steal the show in black and white! Thanks for linking up!
Love your nasturtiums! The photo's bring really bring out the texture of the plants. Thank you for sharing!Nancy
Wow, JoAnn, your photography just gets better and better! I love nasturtiums. They are always a flower that when I think of them, their smell comes right back to me. We always had them in the garden when I was growing up. I guess because they are so easy to grow. With that being said, I am ashamed, that I have never planted one seed at the Cottage. Next year, for sure..Happy Weekend..Judy
Wow they sure look different in B&W. We had a zillion Nasties--all volunteers and they actually took over the whole flower garden. I had to pull some out. Amazon Nasturtiums. MB
They look good in black & white! I planted 8-10 seeds this year (6 in a wheelbarrow) and have been amazed at how nicely they've taken over everywhere I planted them. Great flowers! Have you ever harvested the seeds at the end of the growing season? I think I'll try it with this year's crop but I'm not sure how long to wait...
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