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I like the way you captured the universe of a tree canopy in these images. They are two distinct moods. Beautiful.


Very interesting shots. I love the colors in the bottom photo. They both remind me of a Japanese block print--the top one like an old faded print. Nice pictures.

Comedy Plus

The contrast between the two are awesome. I so love black and white photographs. Have a great WW. :)


I like shots where the camera is actually pointing into the sun, creating this type of image, well done!

Ours is up as well, happy WW!!


Great shot!!!
Happy WW!!!

Isabelle aka Tricotine

I like them both! :-)

Happy WW!
Mine is up at Tricotine


I love black and white pics...amazing what a difference color makes:)

And Miles To Go....

I love the contrast in that photo! Happy WW.


great framing and texture.... very well done!


Nice shots. I love the b&w!


How lovely. Peaceful.


Great pics. Happy WW!


Very wonderful pictures. One looks like black and white, the other, black and blue!
I love them both! wonderfully done!

Carly B

Typically I am a big fan of B&W, but I have to admit, I really like the color one better. It is a great picture though!

Lisa C

Beautiful shot!

Happy WW!!


Nice photos! Love the 2nd one:) Mine's up too!

zamejias [verb]

Love the effect. Nice texture.

Tonya @ Mama's Life

Isn't nature so beautiful? Love the pictures.
Happy WW!


Great shot--I like the starkness of the B&W.

Mommy mommy

I love that picture.

so lost


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