Cee’s Foto Fun Challenge: Contrasting Colours

It never pays for me to think very much. The more I think about contrasts the more confused I become, but I think I have a good eye for colour somehow. I’ve chosen three shots, hope they work and happy to hear if they don’t.

A crazy plant that I have forgotten the name of.

I’ve posted this image before, it’s one that I created from a black and white photo of a large sculpture, so cheating really!

So for this one I have only cropped out some excess green on the left.

Come and join in, there should be some stunning colour to be seen at http://ceeslifephotographyblog.wordpress.com/2012/10/02/cees-fun-foto-challenge-contrasting-colors/

18 thoughts on “Cee’s Foto Fun Challenge: Contrasting Colours

  1. These are beautiful!!! I don’t think about color much when I’m taking photos either. I just take what I like and it is amazing when they fit the photographic rules. Thanks for playing along.

  2. These are so good, Gilly — as usual. I love all three, and what you did with the originally black and white of the sculpture is amazing. I love to experiment like that in the photo programs, and although sometimes I can come out with a mess, other times I come out with something I love and never dreamed was there until I started playing around.

  3. The plant looks like it has little eyes on the ends. I’m going to ssume those evetually turn into flowers. Very colorful and bright ….!!!
    The second pix one I could meditate with. I could focus on that one for a long time. It’s magical.
    The third was is heavenly. The butterfly on the flowers looks like it’s taking a sweet and gentle nap.
    These are all lovely, Gilly. I think they’re perfect.
    namaste dear friend
    Issy

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