Monday, October 12, 2009

Mosaic Monday: Black and White

Usually I hide on the other side of this blog, but I will be alternating with Sue posting the Mosaic Mondays, so today I shall poke my tiny head out to share some babble with you; and photos too, of course.



B&W photography remains to be a popular form of photography even when there is the option for so much color. Certain moments are best captured with dramatic high contrast - deep blacks and stark whites, or made soft by an even shade of gray.

1. Sooke River - Moonrise Photographics
2. Half Dome in the Distance - Gestures Photography
3. Grimm Path - Miss Quite Contrary
4. Bird Silhouette II - Ketzel Photography
5. Silhouette Of Lace - Bucks County Frames
6. Towering Trees - Create Love Laugh
7. MIE-01 - James Warren Photography
8. Book - Eiwen
9. Reflective Image No. 3 - Barbra Ziemer Photo
10. Trying to Breathe 2 - Light Leaks
11. Tidal Rivulets - Photo Grunt
12. Close II - Valeria H



SeaBelly (julie)likes creating images that you can not place in time. She loves nature and capturing moments in all its tiny worlds that would otherwise go unnoticed. She likes to think this is still the age of exploration.

9 comments:

Lucie Wicker Art said...

What a beautiful collection! I love these all put together.

Gestures Photogaphy by Marnie Gordon said...

An amazingly beautiful collection! What an honor to have my "Half Dome in the Distance" included! Thank you, so much!

Emma in Wonderland said...

I've recently begun shooting more in colour, but B&W and monochrome will always have a special place in my heart!

Liz said...

These are all beautiful!

Kathleen said...

Lovely selection! Black and white has always been a favorite of mine.

Pam of Always Artistic said...

Wow these are all beautiful!

Hi, I'm Helen ^_^ said...

These are sooooo beautiful.
I love, love, love black and white photos.

Gillian said...

Beautiful! Thanks so much for including my photo (it's one of my favourites I've taken). It's an honour to be included alongside such lovely other photos. Also reminds me to use black and white more often!
Gillian
missquitecontrary.etsy.com

Kim said...

Wow, thank you for posting my black and white of the trees at Moss Beach, California! All of the black and whites here are stunning!