Black & White Photos for a Garden Bloom Day? Risky business indeed!
This month I am putting my Garden Blogger's Bloom Day & Foliage Follow-up post on my monochrome photography blog. Hope you enjoy the change of pace. Black & White photography strips away all the glitter and glitz and really makes the photographer concentrate on form and light. Now on with the show of flowers & foliage:
A poor poinsettia left behind after the holidays sees a hint of green through the curtains.
Unknown Aloe species in bloom today.
Miscanthus seed fluff.
Twinkle, twinkle, little seed...a little wind is all you need. Woosh...and they'll be gone.
Setcreasea purpurea green form (...as if you needed to know that for a monochrome...LOL)
Lantana still in bloom!
Asclepius curassavica with two ants
More feathery Miscanthus
My favorite thing to show you...although it's not for bloom day OR for foliage. Still, it's here in the January garden and so very fun to watch.
Visit my garden blog, Tropical Texana, for some color versions.
And my sincere thanks to:
Carol at May Dreams Gardens...our monthly garden host of GBBD
Pam at Digging...our monthly host of Foliage Follow-up
and Dragonstar...our weekly host of Weekend in Black & White
Thanks for stopping by and being kind enough to view a bloom day in MONOCHROME!