5-Day Black and White Challenge…Is grass legal here?

Posted: February 24, 2015 in Nature, Photos
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For Day 4 of the Black and White Challenge, I offer you a sunlit piece of grass seen on one of my walks.  This type grass is legal in all 50 states, even though seeing the sun shine through it might make you high with pleasure.  🙂


Today’s invitee is Lucile.  Lucile, I hope you’ll join the 5-Day Black and White Challenge.

  1. Like the way the contrast heightens the delicacy of the grass or pine.

  2. Beautiful light, Janet.

  3. Allan G. Smorra says:

    Tricky exposure and editing, and you did a good job with both. I love the light through the grass.

  4. Suzanne says:

    clever 🙂 You really caught my attention with this one.

  5. Ouch … looks spiky. It is poisonous if you are pricked by its’ thorns?
    It photographed well in B & W. Well done …!!!! : )

  6. Beautiful. Love the lighting in this.

  7. Helen C says:

    Janet, this is beautiful. I can even see the spider web. Every morning, I went through my reader and after going through all the new post, I like to leave one photo on my monitor so I can see it whenever walking by my PC. This is the photo for today! 😉 Thanks for sharing.

  8. pommepal says:

    That is a perfect subject for b&w.

  9. The Black and White challenge is fun! Glad to see your takes on this one, Janet 😉

  10. Catching up. Must go back and see the others. So well done I could sneeze. 😉

  11. Very beautiful, Janet. I like the composition.
    Today I will start the challenge. Thanks for nominating me.

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