This time Paula’s Black & White sundayÂ theme is NATURAL â€“ it can be nature in general, human nature or anything in between. Before I could think of anything else, Marilyn Armstrong came out with a lovely response to this one. She shared her naturally monochrome photographs of winters in New England. My post is inspired by her remarkable work.
These photos show nature in black and white and I haven’t processed or used any effects while capturing the shots. Enjoy the snow-covered peak in naturally monochrome. That’s how it looks like when dawn cracks.The sea looks calm and serene at dawn.Â Full moon behind the pine trees.Mist, trees and langurs at dawn. A black and white scene.
Love and protection comes naturally to mothers.
The last photo is absolutely priceless, so sweet..!
Yups :-). It fits in many categories. One of my favorites !
For sure! ðŸ˜Š
Well, if you stole the idea, you sure did something special with it. Wow, what glorious pictures. Natural monochrome has a wonderful subtlety that you can never get using software. Gorgeous. I’m particularly fond of the big mountain and the monkeys!
I am honored. You and your pics can tempt anyone. I never looked my photos from that point of view.
All of them. The pictures are heavenly- no other word for them.
Thanks for sharing !
You made my day ! Thanks for being so kind.
Beautiful 🙂 You chose nature’s natural black and white. I love it SnS, and am particularly drawn to the last tender photo of a female monkey and her offspring. Thank you for this beautiful offering. I hope that your are having a good week.
Thank you Paula and Marilyn for this contribution.
Beautiful captures Rashmi! The first and the last pictures are the show catchers for me. Enjoyed these in black & white.
The last one is my favorite too. A rare moment to capture. Thanks.