Look for shadows and textures, says Jude. So I have two images here.
First, a very recent one, and the sidelight has really emphasised the textures of the bark here:
Textures and shadows – this next one is an oldie, one of my favourite ruin scenes, the remains of the old rectory at Tyneham in Dorset. I was there some years ago, and this section was cordoned off…..hoping not to be caught, I snuck through and took this image. I would have loved to have gone inside, but decided that was a risk too far:
Linked to 2020 Photo Challenge at Jude’s here
Going with the Tibetan Bark. That converts so well to black and white, Sue 🙂 🙂
It certainly does!
I think they both converted well, just differently. Good choice not to sneak in, I think. :-0
Teehee! Thanks Janet
These are both fabulous. I particularly like the shadows and light in the second image.
One of my all time favourites, I think we are led into the image with that far shadow….. Thanks, Jude!
Many thanks, A C!
You are welcome!
These photos are terrific 😀
The texture on the tree bark is even better in B&W than it was in colour. Good choice, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
Many thanks, Pete!
I could hug that tree it is so lovely
Isn’t it, Pauline! I love noticing such things. How is it in youR neck of the woods?
Going real good over here. Life just about back to normal. But summer has arrived 2 weeks early with a vengeance, heat and humidity and as I have afternoon cuppa a thunderstorm has just lit up the skies. But we are tucked up inside. And I won’t have to water the garden tonight. Hope you are keeping safe and well Sue.
That’s great to hear, Pauline. I’m OK, but feeling a little ‘caged in’
ooh the light in the second
It was rather marvellous!