Juanico Winery, Uraguay
Here is a newly planted field of grape vines planted at this fine winery. I think the pattern of the planting lends itself well to a black and white treatment.
Here is a mature field:
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This street performer set up in the Dam Plaza in Amsterdam. How does he maintain his balance?
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On our Baltic cruise, we made a stop in Finland and took a trip to the beautiful town of Porvoo. Alongside the river was this bush with a single bloom and bulbs of some kind.
A closeup reveals details of the leaves, which were healthy and beautiful on this September afternoon:
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This photo is self explanatory.
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St. Michael’s Cave, Gibraltar
And here is THE ROCK against the blue sky and water:
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This bus is a very bright yellow in natural light, which makes for a wonderful light tone in Black and White.
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Here is an easy one. Where am I?
The cloudy day seems to make the colors pop a little more. You don’t have the distraction of a blue sky with puffy white clouds distracting your attention. It also makes the masts on the sailboats stand out against the horizon.
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Lago Roca, Ushuaia, Argentina
A pair of black neck swans on Lago Roca with the mountains of Tierra del Fuego National Park in the background.
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