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Daisies in Black and White


It's The Weekend in Black and White. Click here to check out wonderful B&W photos from around the world.

Happy Spring, Dear Readers!

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  1. A surprisingly colourful photo for a black and white. Happy spring!

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  2. Great post for the b&w theme!
    My b&w post at: https://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  3. Very nice. Have a good weekend.

    Frankly My Dear

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  4. Enchanting sharp tone contasts. Lovely.

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    1. Thanks, Gemma. I did play a lot with the contrasts.

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  5. I had the same idea !
    Nice Picture in this editing !
    Greetings from germany

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    1. Thanks, Jutta. I thought the same thing when I saw your beautiful shot.

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    1. Thanks, Leovi. There's something off about it that I like.

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    1. I appreciate the comment, Rajesh. It's encouraging.

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  8. Nice contribution to the B&W theme. Flowers always are beautiful, also in B&W!
    Have a fine weekend

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  9. Looks very artistic.
    Thanks for dropping by.
    www.homezweethome.info/2015/03/swinging.html

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  10. Great capture ... and thanks for visiting!

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    1. Hi, Irene. I appreciate the comment and glad you dropped by.

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  11. Most interesting high contrast take on the daisies. Well done.

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    1. Thanks. I definitely went to town with the contrasts. :-)

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  12. I am having to look back because I love your blog so and I love your pictures. You have a great talent in this

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    1. Thanks, Birgit. Just like writing, I have self-doubts about taking photos. Guess I was meant to be creative. lol!

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  13. They look like otherworldly critters just waiting their turn to speak.

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  14. your blog is wonderful Susiee and I still think and feel my visit to your home, I miss your Mama, and the word you used, kindred still hangs in the air. Thank you Susiee again for having me in your home. I am still looking for my blog voice -

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    1. I'm glad you're enjoying the blog, Lisa. I've been making myself step over my comfort zone. I like to play it safe too much and in so doing stay in a rut. Not good for my soul.

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