Hi Jake,Not sure if I prefer the B&W or the color version. You decide!
Not sure if I prefer the B&W or the color version. You decide!
Thanks, Asher . It is a Yucca filamentosa plant and I took it late in the afternoon around 4:30 or so back in Jan a few years back hiking in the Mountain Bridge Wilderness area of upstate SC .The lighting, I love it, Don! It creates mood. The light seems to come from the upper right and has a golden glow. But then there's a lot of yellow-golden lichen that might be giving that effect by itself? Where, when, and what time of day was this taken?
I'm surprised that both of these have a long monster coming towards us, the first from in front of us, the second from the right. The first seems from a modern but deceased dinosaur, while paradoxically, the second seems ancient but alive!The Arctic Dimension:
The Arktikum, Rovaniemi, Finland
A Crawling Reindeer
This one I'd have expected to see flipped left to right. Here, however, the cloud descends.
The line is unusual and impressive. I wonder whether you have looked at the horizontals in the foreground as to whether they might like to be in greater contrast, one to the other. when you convert to B&W, do you desaturate or do you assign colors to greys?