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Thursday, August 16, 2012

B&W Evening Tomato


This is last summer's photo.  I decided to try it in black and white.

And the color version posted last year . . .



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Lisa and Nancy




20 comments:

Pam :) said...

They both look lovely with the ray of sunlight through the tomato plant.
Nicely done, Amy.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Love them! Garden tomatoes top my list for favorite things about summer.

Kathy said...

I'm surprised but I do like the black and white. I didn't think I would simply because it's a tomato plant! My tomatoes are gone for this year. We enjoyed them tremendously. I had a huge harvest and had plenty to share with many other people but then as they became fewer I got pretty stingy with them!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Both are beautiful! I really like the black and white.

Cranberry Morning said...

As your photos show, there's way more to photography than simply 'taking a picture.' These are gorgeous, and the B&W is my favorite!

Kerry said...

Very nice, love the black and white one!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Creative photography ~ (A Creative Harbor)

Pat said...

That's beautiful in black and white!

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

The black and white really adds a totally new dimension to this shot! The way the light is outlining the plant is pure perfection. Goes to show how important light is in a photo.

Nancy Claeys said...

Almost looks like a drawing or painting -- beautiful, Amy.

Anne Payne said...

At first I just saw the b&w and thought, wow! But the color one is a double wow :)

bon bon said...

both are gorgeous! that bright outline almost looks like frost! :)

Madge Bloom said...

Love that light!

Brian King said...

Both are beautiful, but I really like the b&w! The lighting is wonderful!

Carletta said...

I like them both but I'm leaning toward the B&W.
I agree with Brian, the light is gorgeous!!

Rita said...

At first glance I thought the plants were covered in frost.

Great shots both. But I still vote for the colored shot.

Rose said...

That B&W is wonderful...not that the other isn't...but oh, I prefer the B&W!

Helene said...

This is stunning! Love how the sun made every 'nook & cranny' stand out. Well done!

Roan said...

Both are wonderful, but I do like the B&W. Gorgeous!

Deno said...

These are great! I really like the b+w.