Grass

This image reminds me of being 12 years old and spending summer days wading through grass like this on a 40 degree day, how I got through childhood in one piece is beyond me 🙂

Monochrome madness, trying to visualize Black and white images is one very difficult task for me – if anyone has hints or tips on 'seeing' that BW composition I am all ears…

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19 thoughts on “Grass

  1. I quite like this as one of your vertical pano's Gerry.
    … and I don't know either – often for me it's serendipity (going with the flow) – but how about shape, texture and form, light and shadow 🙂

  2. Totally agree +Rodney Campbell. Without the constraints of 256 million colors you`d think 10 zones of gray would be easy. I suppose it gets us back to exactly as you suggest …shape,texture,light and shadow. +Gerard Blacklock as a general rule, I follow this simple mantra…even light is boring! Even if it is in the scene,I know it must be manipulated.

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