On The Plot In Floral Monochrome Nigella AKA Love-in-a-mist * Dandelion profusion: the next generation * Damson blossom * Frosted Hesperantha Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Flowers Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
22 thoughts on “On The Plot In Floral Monochrome”
Oh Tish, these are marvelous photos for this week. 😀 😀
Thanks so much, Cee.
Dandelions – spectacular!
The little varmints! Cheers, Thom.
Your monochrome photos are always nice.
Those first two are like fairy flowers, Tish. Or do I mean phantom flowers?
Beautiful! The first two are amazing.
Many thanks, Amy.
The first one is a starry explosion. It would make a fabulous wallpaper.
That’s a notion, Jude. I think a wall of same might encourage a sense of altered reality somehow.
In a small room it would look fantastic.
All are so beautiful Tish!
Many thanks, Anne.
Lovely B&W flower shots, all of them, but especially the first two! The Nigella look sort of other-worldly 🙂
Yes, it does look other worldly. I think it was because I took the photo after the sun had set. I was surprised it even worked.
I especially like the textures on the first two photos. It shows the intricate beauty of nature. Beautiful.
‘intricate beauty of nature’ – nicely put, Ali. Thank you.
thanks for the splash of art with your photos – each one has a different vibe and fit so well in a post
Thanks for that, Yvette.