Dan has his garden growing, and the onions got a bit ahead of us. I thought they were so lovely, though, and I’m playing around with them a bit. This is a shot I made from a bunch that had been put in a vase. It’s hand held, because I was just playing around. A tripod would be a much better choice, and I might opt to go back and play some more. Meanwhile …
Spring Onions in Monochrome, 5.16.20
Some friends of mine are in a Black & White Photography show featuring the works of Jerry Bosworth, but also including works by David Hoffman, Franka Gabler, Cathy McCrery Cordle, G Dan Mitchell, and Jonathan Bock. Thus, the monochrome image above by yours truly. I may never get in a show, but I can share others’ shows and toss in something that corresponds to the show, right? Works for me! (**I am NOT upset that I am not in shows. I don’t pursue them. It’s my own fault. I don’t attempt to get into juried shows either. I’m just not good at that stuff at this point in my life.)
I will be a at the reception and I’m really looking forward to it. I’ve seen some of the work and it is outstanding!
Something in black and white this time.
Monochrome Dune Design, 3.30.18
I’m going back and forth on this one: monochrome or not. But for now …
Monochrome Rose, 12.14.16
Canna Leaves, 10.25.17
I’m not sure if these were raindrops: I made in March of 2016. I’m halfway through my March folder. Somehow I keep getting distracted as I go through the images!
Water Drops in Black & White, 3.17.16