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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Tones on Tuesday

The idea is to  show an altered photo - anything you choose and any altering.

In Birch Bay, WA there are driftwood sculptures that line the beach - some elaborate - some simple.  Winter is the best time to get photos of them, as the blackberries and grasses grow so tall they sculptures can't be seen as well in the summer.

This piece of wood looks like a whale to me - see the eye?

In B&W the shapes seem to stand out even more.  .  .

Close up of the cup lichens on the front of the piece of wood.  .  .

Don't you think that B&W really sets off the details?


Jeanne said...

The black and white does set off the detail and the driftwood looks like a fish.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. It is always nice to see a new face.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Fascinating photos and post of nature's delights ~ I like all of the photos ^_^

A Garden of Threads said...

These are wonderful, so textural and the B&W just makes them pop.

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

I do see the eye! What lovely photos, I love all the lichens and the grain of the wood really stands out in black and white! xx

Laura said...

I do love them in black and white and I definitely see the whale!