Behind the Branches, Black and White

Three Canada Geese, flying over a pond.

Birds are always on the move, and so it is with these Canada Geese. In a previous post, they’re shown in the gold and brown colors of January…

Moments later, the same characters arranged themselves in a manner that seemed too striking for a color treatment. They are still partially hidden behind the nude branches of a young maple, but the image is completely different.

Black and white can actually be more difficult to develop than color. It’s not merely a matter of subtracting hues, because every tone and shade has its own equivalent in the monochrome language, and the possibilities are pretty much infinite.

So here’s a stab at the same birds, black and white. Hope they please, and if they do, please leave a LIKE and a COMMENT. Thank you so much.

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