iPhoneography Monday: 1-20-14

iPhone Monday 1-20-14

Today is the third Monday of the month which means it’s time for January’s black and white week over at Lens and Pen by Sally’s Phoneography Challenge.  I wasn’t sure what I was going to post today until I came across this small trillium photo from last spring. While I like the overall composition I’ve thought the fern fronds in the background were distracting and I wasn’t happy with the shades of green so it has sat quietly in the folder waiting for me to realize I should stop trying so  hard and give it a chance in black and white.

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29 thoughts on “iPhoneography Monday: 1-20-14

  1. First, trilliums are treasured wildflowers in my area. I have them in my woodland area along with Jack in the Pulpit. They’re delicate and lovely as your image shows. It’s a delight that way the flower pops in monochrome. Happy Phoneography Monday.

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  3. Great photo…isn’t it amazing how sometimes going back to a photo left sitting, and changing from color to black and white can make all the difference? The leaves are quite lovely.

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