Sunday, March 15, 2009

Monochrome Maniac & Macro Monday



Ok, this is my first time for Macro Monday, but decided to combine it with my Monochrome as well. I'll also provide the color, to show the difference. I can't decide which I like better.



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21 comments:

kathleen dale said...

I believe my favorite is the Monochrome. I have been doing the Monochrome Friday, and I am loving doing more and more shots in Monochrome.

ramblingwoods.com said...

I like them both really...

allhorsestuff said...

I love the soft grasses against the bricklike pattern!Very nice!
KacyK

Terri said...

Beautiful -- I like the color version better. Very soft and subtle.

Izzy 'N Emmy said...

Very nice! I like the color shot because of the contrast. Great shot.

Babooshka said...

Definitely the mono. It really jumps out at you.

Aileni said...

Very nice - works well either way.

Robin said...

Very nice shot - I like the subtlety it gets in monochrome.

keith said...

Aaaachooo! Nice shots.

Carolina said...

I like them both, but I prefer the coloured one. That greyish blue with the soft golden grass...I don't know, just lovely.

june said...

Nice! I too prefer the colored one for this shot....

margie said...

i love the photo. both of them actually.

TJ said...

Geotgous!
I am just starting to play a bit with that setting.
It isn't as easy as it may seem to get a great, clear capture.
Good job!
TJ
I feel inspired...

kden said...

I like them both too, either way it's a great shot with the softness of the grasses against the backdrop.

Daryl said...

Another vote for the monochrome

kath said...

I like them both!

Carver said...

Wonderful shot. I like it both ways but I think the monochrome is my favorite.

Me and my puppies said...

Like them both.

Jientje said...

I think I prefer the coloured one! Nice shot!

mononeil said...

The b&w with a little more contrast.

Mariz said...

I like the monochrome one better, some photos are just more dramatic in B&W.