Posts Tagged macro
In black and white; original color photo here. While butterflies normally – because of their beautiful colors – do not convert very well to monochrome, occasionally you may find one that does look fantastic in monochrome because of it’s colors and patterns. In this case it didn’t hurt that the tree branch it was on was just full of texture which I think compliments the image.
The Sapho Longwing, a neotropical species.
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Dear little honey bee
you are so very important to all of us you see.
We need you to keep pollinating to and fro.
Because we want the plants you visit
to continue to grow.
Plus we really love your honey… don’t you know.
(Be kind to the bees because we really truly do need them! Have a great weekend everyone. No idea what kind of rose this is, was too busy focusing on the bee to take note.)
Let us all pray for peace not only this holy weekend but everyday for the world is sorely troubled. May you have a blessed weekend everyone.
When it’s a beautiful hybrid tea rose named Red Masterpiece that has been converted to black and white. I feel that while the rose is beautiful in it’s natural red color, processing the image into B&W brings out subtle details in the petals and the rain drops that otherwise might not have come through. As this was already slated to be run today, the car show beauties will start tomorrow 🙂
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