The Weekend in Black and White
how pretty! thanks, pat!
Very nice black and white with the picket in the background.
very nice. scrolled through some of your past posts and enjoyed those pictures very much, as well. Thanks for visiting my posting. — Karen
This is exceptionally stunning. What a relaxed, calming photo as well.
I clicked to enlarge and was so glad I did. So much more detail shows up. It’s a wonderful BW shot and the little picket fence works well as a backdrop for the Oregano.
Pat, very nice! I like the light!
Very nice sitting on the fence!
I really love this in black and white, Pat.
In all its glory! Nice shot Pat.
That’s gorgeous! Black and white photos can be so striking, I love it.
beautiful with the little white pickets in the background.
Gorgeous composition done in monochrome like that.
Now…do those tomatoes [in your previous post] taste like chocolate? LOL…I’m thinking it’s just the color of the fruit,……..right?
They have a wonderful tomatoey taste-not like chocolate at all. And, as noted in a previous comment by my husband, the correct name of this variety is black cherry. I’ve been calling them the wrong name all summer, although there is a variety called chocolate cherry that looks just like this.
My first thought: gorgeous. And not feeling well, I particularly remember this plant right now for its medicinal properties.
You have made the summer black-and-white.
Wonderful B&W shot!
Coincidently I’ve just used a lot of oregano on my gazpacho! 🙂
So beautiful in b&w, well done!
Lovely bww shot! Elegant !
artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)
Very nice light and spectacular, very good one!
Gorgeous lighting through the pretty shaped foliage. and the touch of fence line in the background adds a luminescence to the scene.
Lovely black & white Pat!
Nice and beautiful b&w photo!
Very beautiful in B&W!
That must smell so good in the sun! Beautiful light.
Nice shot. It really glows.
Lovely light on the oregano.
Lovely composition. I like that you chose black and white for it as well.
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