Saturday, October 31, 2009

Let's Run Through The Jungle

For Monochrome Weekly-

The background (page) color lacks a bit of contrast & would probably be more striking if darker..so do enlarge-












19 comments:

Aileni said...

Some nice shapes there.

michael bird said...

The first one is my favorite though the lizards are fun - friends of yours?

JM said...

Beautiful nature shots in b&w!

Carver said...

Beautiful sequence of shots. I love nature shots and these are great.

Pacey said...

The details are great Gina. Love them in mono.

Robin said...

Great catch with those lizards, when I try they usually run away before I've managed to get the camera up.

Petunia said...

lovely mono shots:)

christina said...

Beautiful pictures!!

Oz Girl said...

These are fantastic! Love them in the monotone... esp the lizard and that last shot looking up through the tree. Just beautiful, well done. :)

Tes said...

Beautiful details! Nice capture, Gina!

AKO said...

I like the lizards trying to hide from the camera.

Daryl said...

Nice shot .. a bit early for snow,isnt it?

Bonnie Bonsai said...

No matter how the future fasts forwards, there is always something to look back and re-appreciate the things of the past. Like the black and white photography. Who says, black and whites are now settling with the dust in a dark archives? Definitely love these pictures. Love that creeping fellow claiming territorial ownership of his leafy kingdom.

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sojourner said...

oh i really like the last one - were you lying on your back looking up?

JM said...

What a spectacular new header!!!
I've just noticed the name Regina Pereira! This is a portuguese name! :-)

Kilauea Poetry said...

Thanks to everyone. It's really pollen Daryl but it will work for Christmas.
I here you Bonnie...thanks for your imput.
Yvette..ya, it was a strange angle.
JM..why thank you..ya, you noticed that.
Have a great day-

MyMaracas said...

That header is pure magic.

Love the lizard shots, but I think my favorite is the fourth, with the spiky plants. Great depth of field on that one, and the contrast is wonderful between the huge cone shapes and the delicate curled tendrils.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Thank you..I did change the background to dark but I guess it depends..some photos stand out more. Glad you stopped by-

Regina said...

Great mono. I Love all the photos. More so in colors:).

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