Monday, 9 June 2014

Agapanthus seed head

These plants can be a bit of a pest if they get into water ways from garden wastes, but I do like the seed heads in winter.

Its another picture where I think the stark nature of the image suits black. and white.


You can find more close up shots at Macro Monday 2 and I Heart Macro.

Cheers,  SM.

22 comments:

  1. Oh, I really like your capture for the day, Stewart, and it's perfect in B&W!! Have a great new week!

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  2. Stewart, a pretty B&W image. Enjoy your week!

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  3. very impressive too in b/w Stewart
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  4. I like it in b/w- have a great Sunday!

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  5. It's really interesting as a B&W! Great photo!

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  6. Like the yellow iris here in the States that I'll be blogging about tomorrow.

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  7. neat image, yes it looks great in black and white.

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  8. That's a very cool image in black and white. Nice!

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  9. O my goodness. Clearly our minds are in synch. Your black and white version is like an answer to mine. Good one.

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  10. Nice picture is black and white, Stewart.
    Greetings Irma

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  11. You've captured such nice shots.. Congrats.

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  12. Wow, that's an impressive macro my friend.

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  13. So beautiful - I like the B&W!!

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  14. It looks really good in b&w.

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  15. Great shot - i like it!

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  16. Ours are just now blooming. I hate when they turn brown, but your image is really pretty.

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  17. A gorgeous shot! So beautiful!

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