Monotones #4



55 comments:

  1. Beautiful, those pine needles show so finely against the background, tree bark defined, and one lonely bird adds so much,

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  2. Pretty shot of the Junco! Looks great in B&W! Happy Wednesday!

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  3. What a sweet, black and white photo.

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  4. beautiful and that little guy is precious.

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  5. What a cute little birdie, all puffed up against the cold weather. Brrrrr.

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  6. pretty monotone...sweet little birds!!!

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  7. He looks quite lonely out there. Hopefully, a lady friend arrived just after you clicked the picture.

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  8. Sweet shot...like it in monotones.

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  9. Oh, something about this little bird that makes me want to hold him. He does look a little lonely.

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  10. Love the little bird, and he looks nice in black and white.

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  11. Exquisite shot!

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  12. How pretty! Love the rays of light! A beautiful shot. xo

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  13. Poor baby looks cold but I guess when you carry your own down jacket around with you it isn't too bad. So you got no snow?? Goodness, we had sleet then snow. Two warm days have not melted it in my yard. It just took me three tries to get up my driveway.

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  14. It would make a pretty set of notecards. We're feeding lots of birds in our feeders right now. I think they all came to FL this week! Hugs!

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  15. Awwwww he looks lonely. pretty capture.

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  16. The black and white edit is very nice of this sweet little bird!

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  17. What a little cutie.. Great shot.

    Hugs~

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  18. A bluebird in grey - I rather like that!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  19. Lovely sweet photo. Love it in B&W

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  20. This is excellent. It says so much, in a subtle bittersweet way. Hug.

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  21. Loving these monotone pictures you are doing. Still no mistaking that round little bluebird body and head.. :)

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  22. Tough place to be a bird today where I live.

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  23. I am getting a few today, but it is real cold. I liked going through your close-ups.

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  24. Everything has been monotone around here the last few days. Sunny today though!

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  25. This is quite lovely. It has a nice, soft and gentle feel to it.

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  26. Oh I love this in black and white. Great job Terri!

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  27. Great photo. I have always loved black and white photos, as they draw your eye to details, otherwise one wouldn't notice.

    ~K.

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  28. Perfect for Monotone Wednesday.... Love the little birdie!!!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  29. Always surprises me how beautiful light looks in monotone! Sweet birds here and below too.

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  30. Bluebirds are lovely--enjoyed the photo!

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  31. Sure like the composition on this one. Nice work. Thanks for sharing.

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  32. I LOVE your photo....I love black and white photo's and have been shooting a lot of them lately myself. You have a terrific talent.

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  33. Beautiful shot! I love the contrast of the grays, whites, and blacks. Love to birds outside my window. :)
    ~Jess

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  34. Prettty bird… this is lovely as a monochrome photo.

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  35. Cute little bird ... so fine photo in B&W!

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  36. A wonderful b&w photo!
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  37. Sitting pretty great capture the softness of the picture is wonderful.

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  38. precious little bird....

    and a different way with a no-color photo. instead of sharp black-ness and white-ness... you are going for all muted grays. a gentle effect. which goes particularly well, with the subject of the little bird.

    Tessa~
    p.s. and yes, I confined myself, from saying "50 shades of gray," concerning the muted photo! -grin- how quickly something can infiltrate our mind, and pop up everywhere.... whether appropriate or not....

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