Black & White Sunday: Close

Lacking time today, I have done a quick B&W conversion of a close up of a bracket fungus I had in my archive:

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I liked the abstract look.

Linked to Paula’s Black & White Sunday.

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46 comments

  1. Fascinating in close-up, Sue. They look like the tongues of strange beasts!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. I like it too and Pete’s observation! Almost went for fungi myself.

  3. Pingback: Black & White Sunday: Close up / Macro | Lost in Translation

  4. Me too, I love abstracts and this one is very successful. Looks great in B&W. Thank you for finding time for my challenge today. 🙂

  5. Love the black and white dimensions.

  6. Looks like a pile of pancakes just waiting for butter and syrup!! (<: Yum!!

  7. Wow, it looks like fur fabric to me!

  8. Great close up dear Sue, fascinated me. Thank yoou, Love, nia

  9. It works well. Makes it very interesting (though I’m sure the colour version was fab too- grease, grease 🙂 🙂 )

  10. it looks like it’s waiting for a victim!

  11. Love the textures and shapes in this. Pleases my (formerly) artist’s eye.

  12. The abstraction does look great. Turning fungus into black and white, made it all about forms and lights. Very nice.

  13. Works extremely well Sue!

  14. It was an excellent idea to convert it to monochrome. It gives a totally different perspective and the texture and layers are more evident than what it could have been in color. I really like it.

  15. I LOVE this Sue – just striking. I didn’t see the color shot but cannot imagine liking it more than this one.

  16. Interesting shapes and contrasts, Sue. Works great in monochrome.

  17. Love how much depth you get it… almost three dimensions.

  18. Great lines and light pops out when converted to B&W, Sue. We like your close-up! 🙂
    Wishing you a peaceful weekend,
    love from us all in Cley,
    Dina

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