Cee’s Black and White Challenge: Small Objects

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Good morning from a cool but dry Hastings morning.

This week the prompt  from Cee for this challenge is small objects.

I used ColorStrokes for the black and white editing as I like the fact I can do different lighting affects.  For all these photos I have used the dreamy affect which makes the textures show up a bit more and make the subjects stand out against the background.

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Some more mushrooms.

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A magnolia seed pod (?) I found on the ground.

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Another leaf.

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I have used this photo as I love the silhouette of the birds in the tree.

To find out more about this challenge visit Cee’s blog here

Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Small Subjects

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