According to Sonel, ‘Black and White Photography has it’s own composition, texture, light/shadow and even the tonal qualities become more obvious when there is no colour present. It really let’s the viewer appreciate the image more and there’s a certain nuance to them and it’s like Ansel Adams said : “You don’t take a photograph, you make it.” ‘
She has created a new challenge to showcase monochrome work so I thought I’d support her by joining in. My photo is of the underside of a Gunnera leaf, big enough to shelter beneath from the rain and originally shot in the greenest green.
If you would like to join in the nature theme visit Sonel and check out the vervet monkey.