I took this picture yesterday in Chindia Park. I intended to post this photo in yesterday’s challenge, Thursday reflections, but the dramatic look of the sky made me convert this picture to black and white, and use it for Friday in Black and White, challange. You probably know that I do not approach such subjects for my black and white pictures, but, people are changing! For today, I changed my “style” and tried something new! I’m happy with the result. Hope you too!
“Style is knowing who you are, what you want to say, and not giving a damn”― Orson Welles
Sometimes a change is welcome, do you agree?
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Eye-catching picture! I even brightened my screen to fully see the details of those linear perspectives in the sky and streaks of clouds behind the trees, shadows and natural light. And of course, the reflections on the lake.
Why was needed to brighten your screen? Is the photo too dark? I’d like to know. On my screen this photo looks quite bright, but maybe my screen is too bright and I should make it darker and make the photo brighter. Thank you for the comment.
change is always welcome
That’s how I thought.
Ansel Adams style! This picture looks great in B&W. Wonderful contrast!
No chance! Ansel Adams is unique! This is just my new style!
How beautiful is this in black and white. Well done.
It looks good in color too, but black and white gives it a more dramatic accent.
The sky looks unbelievable. I am curious to see the original color picture too.
Really? The wishes of friends will be fulfilled! I’ll post this photo a little later!?
Thank you Ileana. I look forward to it.