Mobile Photography: Black and White (Trees)

Sally D’s Mobile Photography week 3: Black and White

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While taking an early morning walk, I looked up and saw the beautiful reflections on these leaves. I watched the amazing changing of the light and reflections, as if the sunlight was dancing on these leaves. Luckily, I had my iPhone with me.

Here is the original version:

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Visit Sally’s Still Life in Stone. Sally said, “I’m on a mission to create a series of monochromatic images that focus on the simplicity and meditative qualities of stones. Historically, these products of nature are seen as builders of the soul, builders of gardens, builders of fences and walls. Their multiple uses have encouraged great inventions, including Zen tea gardens.”


Happy Tuesday! 🙂

44 thoughts on “Mobile Photography: Black and White (Trees)

  1. So elegant and uplifting a shot with superb visual impact,dear Amy!The absence of colour created incredible tonal contrast and the perfect light conditions determined the top quality of your work!The b/w is Art and the original one is an upward and inward delight 🙂 ❤ xxx


  2. The black and white photo is my favorite due to the different tones and shades in the trees leaves and flowers. The color one is somewhat dull to my view, but black and white seemed to be a perfect fit for this photo. Well done!


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