Wabash River B&W  

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Uploaded: 01/14/17 6:52 PM GMT
Wabash River B&W
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Another version of this one "> Just playing with the new programs, to see what I come up with.

This will be a entry for the B&W challenge, which will be starting back up here soon. Lyn is hoping to have some images waiting to be submitted.

I do appreciate your comments, ??? Thank you.



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01/14/17 7:00 PM GMT
Good luck with the challenge. I feel both version suit this shot well.
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Long before the white man and long before the wheel, when the dark green forests were too silent to be real. Lightfoot 1967
01/14/17 7:24 PM GMT
Wonderful tones in this - all different depths and lightness in the monotones.
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. . . Earth laughs in flowers! Ralph Waldo Emerson
01/14/17 7:32 PM GMT
A well detailed Mono......R.
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I wish I was a Glow Worm, a Glow Worm's never glum, 'cause how can you be grumpy, when the sun shines out your bum?
01/14/17 9:04 PM GMT
Excellent, great B/W
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01/15/17 9:03 AM GMT
Looks so different like this, great work, Sandi.
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01/15/17 10:44 AM GMT
A different approach (because of the slightly use of colors) in this, however splendid, BWC contribution, Sandi.

Hope that your wish (and mine too of course) expressed in your narrative will come true, my friend!
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01/15/17 11:45 AM GMT
Excellent shot Sandi good luck in the challenge.
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01/16/17 8:22 PM GMT
A striking image, I like the subtle reflections.
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01/17/17 11:11 AM GMT
A very oowerful image Sandi. I believe the B&W treatment accentuates the shapes and textures as wel as the different tones.
Added to the list for tomorrow, thank you Sandi :)
Total of 11 - so far
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01/18/17 8:38 PM GMT
Oh my, love that touch of colour - brilliantly done
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