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Uploaded: 07/18/17 11:23 AM GMT
Local Lovelies Late In Coming B&W
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My challenge entry for this week.

Lyn, has put the challenge on hold for a few weeks in hopes of getting more varied artists to join in and submit their works, will that be you? I hope so!

I appreciate your comments, thank you.

tigs=^..^=

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::biffobear
07/18/17 11:30 AM GMT
Good contrasts..R.
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::Ramad
07/18/17 11:31 AM GMT
Thea look pretty in b/w against the dark background Sandi.
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::LynEve
07/18/17 11:55 AM GMT
Well of course one only imagines them in yellow but they look superb in B/W - really makes the blooms pop !
Thanks for submitting it - in my waiting list for when the BWC resumes which is looking favourable due to some renewed interest !
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::trixxie17
07/18/17 2:23 PM GMT
Oooh this is really nice as a B&W Sandi - the daffies really pop against the dark behind them.
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.quickshot
07/18/17 3:00 PM GMT
Some things like rainbows, flowers and the Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color come out better in color. The B&W is great for contrast, but you know me...I'm a sucker for yellow flowers.

Dorothy
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.carlosf_m
07/18/17 5:35 PM GMT
Great job in B/W Sandi
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::Nikoneer
07/19/17 1:26 AM GMT
I like the fact that while you have lines of daffodils(?) in lines, like miniature clouds, down in the bottom right is a single yellow wildflower, the ubiquitous dandelion. A delicious study in contrasts, Sandi, and an outstanding b&w for Lyn's challenge and for all-around, general consumption.

-Nik
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::corngrowth
07/19/17 9:48 AM GMT
Sandi, I really hope that Lyn is right with her above comment, so that this wonderful B&W image will be an entry on the list of selectable items of the Wednesday B&W challenge.

Very well done (per usual), my friend!
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.bfrank
07/21/17 10:47 PM GMT
Nice high contrast mono Sandi.
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::Vickid
07/22/17 8:58 AM GMT
Favorite, in a split second, this artwork is stunning.
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.icedancer
07/28/17 6:56 PM GMT
Lovely indeed, great job
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