Friday, November 01, 2013
Black and White: For Tomorrow
When we're done admiring these acorns - which are huge, by the way, over an inch long - I'll plant them in pots to be tucked into our woods in a few years. The deer make short work of acorns and seedling trees, so the oaks need a little help to stand their ground. (The spiky pods are from velvetleaf, a big, bad weed. They will definitely not be getting any assistance.)
Posted for The Weekend in Black and White
Posted by MyMaracas at 11/01/2013 12:02:00 AM
Labels: Autumn, Black and White, Weekend in Black and White
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Mighty oaks do grow from such small but pretty seeds. Great still life.
But the spiky pods look very pretty too. nice collection and it makes a wonderful still life.
The velvetleaf pods are very attractive and add to the appearance of your collection. The must be huge pods if the acorns are that size! I love the smoothness of the wooden container.
lovely textures captured in mono
so beautiful... i like that!
I love teh contrast between the wood and the acorns. :)
Brilliant photo in B&W! Great details!!
I love the way they look in black and white.
Wonderful B&W photo with great details!
The acorns look beautiful tucked in the lighter toned bowl which frames them so attractively.
Oh, this is wonderful, and it looks great in B&W, and I love the sharp details and the textures!
Beautiful still life! I love the detail - works so well in b&w.
Such a beautiful offering Vicki! Would you like to share this with I Heart Macro too this week?
Consider yourself formally invited to participate in the 5th Annual Gratitude (word) Quilt. Instructions and a link that explains the origins of this project can be found at the top of my blog. In past years there have been participants from every continent except for Antarctica. I hope you’ll join us:-)
I love this picture!
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