Friday, October 6, 2017

The Black and White Symphony

Hello everyone I know this time the photography posting is on a different schedule than usual, however I do want to explain that reason by saying that I've been on a seven day photography challenge over on Facebook, which my mother nominated me to do. From where I first found this challenge it was from the photographer that I've now found I'm quite fond of her work, Darlene Hildebrandt from Digital Photo Mentor. This was a challenge to show monochrome photographs without explaining anything and they also could be everything you take, except for Humans.

So I'm sure you're doing wonderful today and hope you enjoy this post after all. Firstly I have another photograph from earlier when I had rescue a bunch of American Tree Frogs from not getting under my clippers, this one photograph actually came out pretty well being in black and white~
Furthermore doing this seven day challenge of photography, on the first day the photograph I had used was from my mom recommendation that I would show this sunflower photograph. But since It's already a piece I've already shown in the past I didn't want to upset anyone by doing a re-run of the same photograph in another blog post.

Moving on, I did take a recently done photograph of a little pinecone that was laying down on our quite old tree stump out in the backgarden. It was originally in color, which most are in this posting. But I felt it looked much better in monochrome rather than in full color.
Next I have a piece from a while ago when our yard was full of Dandelions for a short time. This piece was also in full color as, however even in monochrome it still had this lifelike feel towards the photograph and I think It turned out wonderful~
Along with the Dandelions I have a photograph from when I found some False Garlic flowers in our yard and yet I might of darken this piece a bit too much with the levels. But it's still good enough, it actually has this almost moody feel to this photograph.
Additionally there is also a photograph from the Sixth day, which was of this Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly from way back. It was one of the spare photographs I took of this butterfly before it went away and never really came back.
Lastly I have one photograph from a lake view, back in the summer time. I wanted to do the last day with a landscape photograph to end it all off. So anyway I hope you enjoy the last piece on this blog posting.
Finally I also have one more important thing I want to say before I go. 
While this challenge has been going on this week. I did also last month finished a piece of artwork for a entry to an local art gallery show from the art council. Earlier on this week I also retrieved a letter from them saying that my painting was judged and it was officially accepted in to their gallery show for a whole two months! Which made me very excited and joyful, because I can have my artwork on display with a lot of local artists and their amazing work! There will also be an opening reception on the 12th of this month, which is Thursday. So I might end up doing the next blog post on Tuesday next week being that I will be busy on the 12th.  

Hope you had enjoyed this blog and farewell till next time! Thank you so much for the support.

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