The Gallery: Black & White, (The Sequel)

Yes I know I ‘ve already made an entry this week to Tara Cain’s Black & White themed Gallery at Sticky Fingers!

It’s a really good one this week, not that they aren’t always, of course.

I’ve been looking at some of the brilliant entries there, & have been inspired to make another entry.

I have been assured, by the lady herself, no less, that it’s not cheating. Well, that it is, sort of, but it’s OK anyway. Very easy-going, is our Tara.

Because however there’s a prize though, I don’t want it considered for that. (As if!)

So here ’tis:

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I loved this photo when I took it, but turning it black & white gives it a whole new flavour again; really brings out the textures, shapes, patterns & reflections.

And, you know what? I’m not going to say what it is! That’s the main thing I love about it: it’s so abstract, yet the subject matter is entirely natural.

Maybe it’s completely obvious, & I’m just being annoying. Wouldn’t be the first time…

But I’d like to invite guesses as to exactly what, or even where, this is. Then I’ll tell you if you’re right or not. Eventually. Probably. 🙂

Why not check out the other entries to this week’s Gallery? They really are very good

5 Responses to “The Gallery: Black & White, (The Sequel)”

  1. Wow what is it? Is it seaweed or am I just drawn to that because of the colour? Lovely pic, very glossy and alive x

    • It is kelp, yes! I was beachcombing near Dunedin, New Zealand while visting family there a few years ago & was really struck by the beautiful patterns the kelp was making as it swirled around in the surf 🙂


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