Weekly Photo Challenge: Saturated

When I read the weekly challenge, I pictured in my mind’s eye may deep rich colors. But when the challenger suggested even B&W could be saturated, I immediately thought of this image. The flower was a deep crimson color and I was unsure how it would turn out black and white. To say I was pleasantly surprised is an understatement. This image hangs in my living room.

This was a deep crimson flower, not one you would think would look good in black and white, but when I converted it, I found I loved the lack of color better. Without the distraction of color, you can see the flower for all its hidden beauty.

This was a deep crimson flower, not one you would think would look good in black and white, but when I converted it, I found I loved the lack of color better. Without the distraction of color, you can see the flower for all its hidden beauty.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Island Traveler
    Oct 14, 2013 @ 07:14:58

    There is something irresistibly moving about B&W images. This one shows beauty and passion mix with exciting possibilities. Have a fun week. Best wishes to your family.

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