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Arizona B&W #141
Arizona B&W #142
Arizona B&W #143
Yes, let’s continue and go onward! A new adventure of B&W’s is already started and I have to catch up. Love the flying dragon that looks over his shoulder in Arizona B&W # 142, Michael!
It Is Eating
Michael, #143 has some great dynamic movement. And whatever that hungry dragon could be eating, Hans, I suppose it is well equipped to enjoy it.
It Has Teeth
The Layered Look
Great abstract B&W’s with Teeth a bite Keelin.
Arizona B&W #144
Arizona B&W #145
Love the dancing threesome, Hans. And the deep view into clouds in #144, Michael.
Arizona B&W #146
I love #144 Michael and White Coral Keelin. Sharp lines of light versus soft spongy structures.
No Black, No White
Arizona B&W #147
Nice subtle grays yet plenty of definition in No Black, No White, Hans, and in the images that follow from you, Michael. In fact Michael’s last one made my eyes open wide as I’d just just seen a sky with fleeting Cirrocumulus (and friends) above my own noggin. What an unexpected treat!
Nice capture Keelin!
From painterly to otherworldly, extraordinary images, Michael!
Here’s a rather quiet one…
The Sound Of One Wing Flapping?
Thank you Keelin..Every Now and Zen I get your photographs…
Arizona B&W #153
Arizona B&W #154
Arizona B&W# 155
Arizona B&W #156
Great compositions above, Michael.
Wow, that is quite a series of B&W’s you two posted last weeks (with flair).
Beautiful expressiveness in recent posts, you two. And is that the sun in Not Sunny, Hans, or did you capture the moon in that moody shot?
Hello Keelin, it was the sun although it wasn´t sunny. I remember it well. In B&W it becomes quite moody indeed but it was at full daylight. Your Hiccccup is wonderful: the cloud formation with the visually echoing holes and the title as well.
Arizona B&W #159
Michael, did your cirrus fireworks (#159) grew out of here?
ooh, horizontal, vertical, a blend of both… all very nice compositions.
Served With The Tiniest Sliver Of Moon
k ..reminds me of Degas dancers
Arizona B&W #160
Ah! Degas! Thank you, Michael. And fantastic textures in your two above.
very impressive photos!
Welcome Ling. I saw you picture taken in your home town. Very nice. I hope you like the B&W’s in this thread like I do and also hope you will join us.
I love #160 Michael. It seems to have depth like clouds and earth seen from above. And for Echo Chamber I can hear the echoing like it can be seen, Keelin
For this one I used too much paint.
Arizona B&W #162
Those photos are so amazing!
Ling , Thank you! Black and white cloud photography is a lot of fun! It challenges you to see clouds and sky a little bit differently. Give it try!
Arizona B&W #163
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