Black and White Wednesday


Another week without Monochrome Madness and Leanne Cole who is gallavanting in the US for a few weeks. I wanted to continue my black and white journey so have posted a photo from Princes Pier in Melbourne.  Being a pier lover you could imagine I was beside myself with all these wooden posts.  It doesn’t matter that the pier is not functional at all, I love the remnants.  I did put this up a few weeks ago but in colour.

I didn’t mind it in black and white but the colour version is my favourite. I wonder which one you would choose?

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The original:
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19 comments

  1. I prefer the one in color! It has so much more detail and draws your eye into it.

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  2. I would have to agree with you. The black and white one is very nice, but the colour version is beautiful, the contrast of the colours and the simplicity of the image really stands out too. The colour is spot on! 🙂

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  3. I love the color of the water. Both are beautiful. 🙂

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  4. I really like the monochrome. Very nice levels in there. Oddly enough I just took a shot of pillars today!

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  5. black and white always brings out those crisp details! I do like them both a lot!!!

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  6. I do love the colour one best Kaz. I love the contrast in the colours 🙂

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  7. I like the colour one best, it has so much depth to it.

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  8. Both images are stunning – I could not pick up which one 🙂 The black and white gives mysterious and mystic feelings while the colored image gives the depth of the subject..impressive!

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  9. Normally I prefer black & white for subjects such as this, but I agree with you, the colour version just works really well.

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