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Different ways to see a dewy rose

Color view.
A conventional black and white view.
An inverted black and white.

This is an interesting rose that changes color and tone as it ages. The tiny drops of not quite rain (it was more a heavy enough mist that it was yielding to gravity than rain) create an interesting texture. That is more noticeable in the black and whites, especially the inverted one, than the color.

As I seem to often do I seem to think about perspective as how you look at something. Since I’ve been focusing on black and white processing this past month or so it is becoming second nature to turn a photo black and white at some point as I work with it.

For Becky of Winchester’s July Squares: Perspective and Cee’s Flower of the Day.