Nature in Black and White
It’s interesting how the feeling of a place changes when you view it without color. Sometimes the scene appears more stark in black and white, other times more serene. For me, there is something about a black and white photograph that truly captures a moment in time.
Recently we have received several striking photos of nature depicted in black and white that we wanted to share here. Thanks to Jared Kofsky, Danny Hart, and Paul (StraightRazR100 on Flickr) for sharing these photographic moments with us.
Passaic River Wetlands by Jared Kofsky
West Essex Park, Livingston, New Jeresy
August 14, 2013
Carroll County Cornfield by Daniel Hart
Carroll County, Maryland
August 10, 2013
Arabia Mtn Nature Preserve by Paul (StraightRazR100 on Flickr)
August 7, 2013
What does our environment look like to you in black and white? Share your photographs with us today!
State of the Environment is open to pictures of our lives and planet as you see it. Each individual scene, will build the larger picture of our environment today. Photos taken from 2011 until the end of 2013 may be submitted to our group on Flickr. All levels of photography experience and skill are welcome.
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