Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Black and White Wednesday: Autumn Without Colour

A morning wander in the woods inspired a look at the textures and shapes of autumn, rather than the usual eye-candy of orange, red, yellow, burgundy, and brown. We saw

layers of lichen, like petticoats;

leggy cascades of cedar;

dried leaves, entwined like lovers about to be parted;

puzzle-piece negative space;

and this happy trio of mushroom blossoms!

Be sure to stop by Natural Suburbia for more Black and White Wonders!

5 comments:

  1. what a beautiful and poetic walk in the woods! thank you for bringing us along!

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  2. Oh how positively beautiful! These photos are incredible! Thank you so much for sharing:)
    xo
    Linda

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  3. It is amazing to see the difference of the woods without color, compared to the reality of these days.

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  4. i love your photos!! good eye...:) thank you for the lovliness..:)

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  5. Love those pictures! I'm still floored that you manage to do this with that teeny little camera! (says volumes about the photographer)!
    xo maureen

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