May 5, 2012 § 4 Comments
Tagged: black and white photography, light, pegs, photography, suburbia
Very well done sequence. B&W is very effectively used to capture subject & scene – establishes the mood and tone.
must come up with a better descriptor, but these are just so interesting (especially number 2).
p.s. if you’re interested, s., i’d love to share some seeds – e.g. sorrel – with you. x
Oh yes! Would love to share some seeds 🙂 How does some Sorrel for broad beans and calendula sound? x
well, broad beans i have, but calendula! now THAT, i would love.
send me an email, darls, and i’ll get ’em in the post to you! (lucindadodds[at]yahoo.com.au) xx
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