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Daisies and a Vase
I posted this awhile back and PamalaJean made the suggestion that the top daisy was too dark-- She was ever so right, so I deleted it to work on it more.
(the spakles on the table are from some silver lame' I was experimenting with for background material???--dubious results)
As to that dog, the cow and the sheep--- ha ha, the neighbors raise dogs to sell, I think the cow will calve soon, and yes, the sheep are lambing--all over the place!
The balance is perfect now, Jenn.
Such a well balanced mono image Jenn. - gary
I can't find the original Jenn but this is lovely.
I'll bet the silver lame was difficult to photograph.
I used a Christmas card which was covered in silver sprinkles in Oil and Water Images and results were not as imagined.
What I do love here are your curtains in b/g.
very nice and minimalistic!
Amazing Mono beautiful work---------Milky
Very nice mono image well captured.
fantastic detail and tones jenn wonderful light a stunner nice one
What a lovely image Jenn !! Very well done
Great and beautiful image,it work so well in mono ,Jenn,
A fine still life study which works remarkably well in mono.
This works very well Jenn
I'm not normally a fan of mono but this one is excellent.
Everything crystal clear and beautiful.
I don't remember seeing the original but the balance seems right here - the 'weight' is in the vase and the dark leaf on the table, which is a master-stroke.
I rather like the sparkles, particularly in the leaf's shadow.
A splendid image and well presented Jenn
The flower on the table is a creative master stroke indeed, I agree with Moira excellent mono simple but very effective.
Several pleasing elements here Jenn, the composition is excellent, the shadows on the background are not overpowering, the different light aspects on the glass and mono conversion makes this an excellent upload.
A lovely still life in a natural setting. The importance of the background is understated. Beautifully done, Jenn.
Superb image Jenn, great composition and light, perfect
thanks for that update of yesterdays image...
The sparkles add a very nice touch in this gorgeous floral mono.
Beautiful mono still life with lovely tones Jenn. The sparkles are nice
This upload is quite beautiful and I love it Jenn
Lovely still life Jennnn and VERY effective in mono.
A lovely mono study Jenn - superb tones and love the refraction/reflection.
A lovely image Jenn the light is blissful... Wonderful.
The mono works really well Jenn - love this!
Superb Jenn a beautiful presentation.
Ah yes, Jenn, just perfect!!!
For me the strength in this is in the arrangement and the vase Jennn, the reflections are wonderful, as to the mono presentation, I still have difficulty with that where flowers are concerned.
The shadows, and reflections in the glass make this work for me Jenn, the lack of colour is not a problem as there would not be much anyway! nice presentation, like it regards Leon.
A superb still life image which is magic in monochrome
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