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Flowers

I don't usually have good luck taking photos of flowers in b&w. But I like these.

This one was in full sun, which I usually try to avoid, but I think that works because this poor flower is on her way out...

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This one was in the shade and was so pretty! I wanted to pick it. I love Gerbera Daisies. It was hard to make every petal distinct - and they aren't all distinct. But good enough, I think. I might have worked some Photoshop magic, dodging and burning and all that. But I didn't.

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It was just the other day, but I can't remember what color these flowers were now.

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Jacqueline

I love flowers and these photos are sooo lovely! Made me smile. :) Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

Allison

I really enjoyed this post--especially the first photo. It is truly lovely!

rachel whetzel

I posted a few photos!! http://www.minetothine.com/2009/11/november-in-black-and-white.html

Gayle

Very pretty, maya! I really like flowers in black and white.

laura @ the shorehouse

The first shot is great! You made a flower on its way out look gorgeous. What a send off. :-)

Jude Cowell

Fantastic! i esp love the 'white' daisy

cmv

lovely! i especially love that first flower- well on it's way to scraggly and all the more elegant and beautiful for it!

Porch Days

The flowers showed up very well in B&W.

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