B&W Challenge-Day 1

I think this is just what I needed-so Thank You to Lee at Beyond Purgatory for inviting me to participate in this challenge. Lately, I have been doing more black and white work-and am again struck by how infinite the variations there can be in the black and white spectrum. Shown here is the Minerva amaryllis, whose lines and shapes I think present a fascinating sense of design for the eyes.

As part of the challenge, I get to nominate another photographer to participate each day. So I would like to ask Raewyn at Decocraftsdigicrafts if she would like to participate. If so, just post a black and white photograph for the next five days and also nominate another photographer to the challenge. And if not-no problem either.

Image taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed and OnOne’s Perfect BW

For today: Amaryllis Study

Amaryllis Study

Amaryllis Study


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