Monochromatic Nature

This is a second part of my previous post about walks in nature that I enjoyed immensely after being stuck in the city centre for the lockdown.

Even though I shot in colour as I usually do, I knew before clicking the shutter that these are going to be in monochrome.

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The photo below (from previous post) also works in colour for me. I’m keeping both copies in case I want to use them in a sequence later.

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Taken with Fujifilm X70 on outskirts of Montpellier in May 2020.

Thank you for visiting

Yuri

7 comments on “Monochromatic Nature

  1. The post before this you shared was an interesting pleasure but I think I might prefer this series. The thistle in b/w is my favorite. Something portentous-feeling about it that I really like. Maybe those spikes are somehow operating as unwitting metaphor in my mind. Hope this finds you well, Yuri. Cheers to you, glad you could spread your wings a little.
    -Jason

    • Thank you Jason. Everyone finds something that speaks to them, it’s why i love photography… i don’t have preference and i do like both color and a b&w set. There are two different worlds to me.
      Hope you and your family are doing well. Yuri

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