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Light Trip

 

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Light Trip

 

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comments (20)

I love the barely-risen sun...
Mary MacADNski: Kitties were out too.
  • Ray
  • Not Germany...
  • 5 Mar 2018, 00:31
Delicate and wonderful!
Mary MacADNski: Thank you, sun.
The B&W is quite nice - with the light just touching the tips of the dormant / dead plants
Mary MacADNski: Early morning trash bin hauling brings some delight.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 5 Mar 2018, 06:20
Black and white wins, Mary
Mary MacADNski: Thanks for that, Lisl.
Je préfère les jolies couleurs de la deuxième photo.
Mary MacADNski: They do have different feels to them.
The B&W is fabulous, Mary!
Mary MacADNski: Thanks, Ginnie.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 5 Mar 2018, 06:57
This is wonderful, Mary. And I keep saying that I think it amazing what a difference it makes to have colour or B&W.
Mary MacADNski: I like showing two for the y so often show so differently.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 5 Mar 2018, 07:01
Love the dramatic b&w
Mary MacADNski: It is much more dramatic.
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 5 Mar 2018, 08:01
Definitely better in black is my opinion Mary, it looks very strong.
Mary MacADNski: It worked well as so few do.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 5 Mar 2018, 10:45
The light effect is excellent in both versions.
Mary MacADNski: B/w worked well which is not always the case.
Most effective
Mary MacADNski: It worked well.
You couldn't ask for much better lighting than this Mary.
Mary MacADNski: Morning is most wonderful.
This makes a very interesting B&W Mary
Mary MacADNski: It worked well.
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Mar 2018, 16:13
The B&W really shows the light capture by the plants.
Mary MacADNski: It worked a treat. So few do.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Mar 2018, 16:20
I especially like the colourful image with the blue snow, although the grasses, being touched by the sun, are more glittering on the b&w iamge.
Mary MacADNski: The frost is easily identified in the colour but more exciting in B/W.
nice eye to have picked up this angle, Mary.
Mary MacADNski: It is very familiar.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Mar 2018, 19:40
Both interesting images. The shrubs stand out better int eh B&W version but I can see more of the area in the colour.
Mary MacADNski: B/w tends to erase detail with a straight conversion like I do.
  • sherri
  • Arkansas, USA
  • 5 Mar 2018, 20:00
i normally have a strong opinion and it's typically for the greyscale

in this case, both are beautiful in their own way

the light in the full color is spectacular
Mary MacADNski: I never use greyscale but convert the photo to straight black and white. With greyscale, you would see the same amount of the detail as in the colour. The straight black and white kills a lot of the detail but teaches me a lot more about shooting.
The mono version emphasises the light nicely
Mary MacADNski: Straight b/w conversion again, a mono greyscal would show a great more detail.
I like the color image, but the most striking effect of the sunbeam illuminating the bushes in the b & w version is truly remarkable.
Mary MacADNski: The sun has reached the spot and soon all will be in sunshine

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