Flower of June: Monochrome

Black and White is a medium loved for its apt focus on the un-coloured beauty of a photograph’s subject. Its always flattering no matter the context. Some photographers become exclusively hooked on as an art form, it simply is the Art of Light. No interference of colour.
My muse for Monochrome Tuesday are Wine-tipped wild flowers. The colour version HERE.
What do you feel when you see them? Tell me your thoughts in the comments.

I included this post into Lucile’s Photo 101 Rehab and Cee’s B&W Challenge. Click the link to find other awesome blogs.

6 thoughts on “Flower of June: Monochrome

  1. Gorgeously done, Ruby! I’m still (patiently) waiting to hear more from you on the continued saga, ‘Crimson Dragonfly’. Please, say it will be soon?

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    1. Thank you K’lee and thanks for the reminder. I will definitely start on that tomorrow, keeping my fingers crossed as to where my thoughts would roam in the quest for a beautiful tale.


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