Art, Creativity, Photography, Travel, Writing

Photos of flowers lend themselves particularly well to being converted to black and white. These are hollyhocks, photographed in the seaside village of Talmont, in the Gironde, France. The village is tiny, blessed with a church that almost has its foundations in the sea and has what must be the most beautiful cemetery I’ve ever come across.

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shared with Cee and other lovers of black and white photography

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Comments on: "Cee’s black and white challenge: flowers" (6)

  1. Absolutely stunning. Thanks for playing.

  2. Hollyhocks are pretty. I like them in the red color (very bright) but the BW image is quite impressive.

  3. The b & w looks terrific. It brings out the patterns so clearly while the cost of the petals’ colorful glamor I don’t feel is missed.

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