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Plant patterns

Discussion in 'Flora & fauna' started by Shirlm, Feb 8, 2020.

  1. Don't often convert flower shots to b&w but going through the archives found some I thought would work better in b&w colour.
    All comments appreciated, thanks for looking.

    #1 Cactus leaves
    [​IMG], on Flickr

    #2 Sea Holly thistle
    [​IMG], on Flickr

    #3 Thistle
    [​IMG], on Flickr

    #4 Helleborus seed development
    [​IMG], on Flickr

    #5 Grasses, not really b&w
    [​IMG], on Flickr
  2. A nice set, Shirlm. Sea Holly is one of my favourite plants :thumbup:
  3. I think they work really well in b&w as the patterns are really interesting. Well done.
  4. Interesting and nicely done on the processsing
  5. A different take on these for us and nicely processed. No2 would be my choice.
  6. Dvorak

    Dvorak The Horizon Police

    All good to see but there are particular ones that work superbly well in mono. Shot four especially.

    Good idea and nicely done.
  7. Thanks all for the comments.
  8. A very nice set. That first one sets the tone and they all stand out in a crowd. Nice work.
  9. Stansgang

    Stansgang Keep it straight!

    I like the simplicity of No5.
  10. They work brilliantly in B&W. I especially love number 4 :)
  11. Thank you very much for the kind comments.

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