Fallen Apples At The Allotment ~ Black & White Sunday Black & White Sunday: Still Life Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Great effect on this photo Tish, love the textures and that slightly silvery finish. It looks like an oil painting. Looks like the birdies are enjoy them.
Blackbirds are having a wonderful time. There’s so much wasted fruit at the allotment. Which is good for them of course and all the little critters.
the fallen apples look so artsy in your B/W rendition – and I will think of this when I use gloves and a bag to scoop up our fallen ones – they can attract fruit flies and so i try to stay on top of them.
Hello Yvette. Yes, watch out for the fruit fly flock.
ha – those flocks can wreak havoc – eh?
and breed so fast!
i know – ugh
these look amazing in black and white
thanks, Beth 🙂
Black and white is forever. Surely all the little creatures found this pretty tasty.
I should say so 🙂
It looks positively revolting, Tish! In a good way, of course 🙂 🙂 Busy Sunday?
Not very. Ironing. Cooking. How about you?
Very, very brisk walk round a freezing cold wildfowl park, in pursuit of yarn bombing. The things I do for my ‘art’. 🙂
yarn bombing is fun though 🙂
Most artistic in monochrome, Tish!
Thank you, Sue.
Beautiful still life Tish
Thank you, Lisa.
That’s a great take on the idea of still life.
Thank you, Suzanne. Much inspired by US artist Andrew Wyeth 🙂
A brilliant source of inspiration 🙂
I used to save those apples for the horses. They weren’t worried by imperfections 😀
That’s a lovely image. Horses scrunching apples.
🙂 I love this rustic presentation. Really terrific capture, Tish 🙂 🙂
You are so nice! Photo was taken in very low light, but even so there was a bit of weird luminosity around the apples which the camera picked up.
Love your apples, Tish Nice. And popped over to see Paula’s pears, thanks to your link.
So glad you visited Paula, Ruth.
Wow! I wouldn’t have expected this shot to work as well in b&w. Your edit has really captured the decay 🙂
Yes I liked that it did that 🙂
Quietly decaying. Nice composition
I wonder why there is something sad about that picture?
Yes, there is something sad about it. A case of ‘tristesse’ – some undefined regret?
Yes. Une indéfinie tristesse. 🙂