Open By Jane Lurie1 month ago ( 29 ) My latest contribution to Monochromia. I hope you enjoy it. Monochromia Open Shot with the Fujifilm X-T2 and the 35mm f/2 lens in a park in San Francisco. To see more of my work, please visit my blog here. View original postShare this:TweetEmailShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Categories: Black and White, Flowers, Plants and Trees, Monochromia, PhotographyTags: Black and White, Close-up, Flower, Fujifilm X-T2, Monochrome, Nature Photography Related Articles To Market, To Market! In Japan By Jane Lurie1 week ago ( 95 ) Chinatown, San Francisco By Jane Lurie2 weeks ago ( 107 ) Wolf Moon and Winter Waves By Jane Lurie3 weeks ago ( 91 ) 29 comments › robert20359 February 6, 2019 • 4:04 am hi jane what a beautiful flower in s & w, you know i like flowers in s & w very much. greetings robert Reply ↓ pattimoed January 20, 2019 • 1:06 am Lovely monochrome, Jane. Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 20, 2019 • 10:25 am Thanks so much, Patti. 🙂 Reply ↓ Mabel Kwong January 18, 2019 • 5:42 am Wonderful monochromatc, BW toned shot, Jane. It’s almost as if the petals are stretching out towards the screen…great work. And as D Supp said, looks like beautiful pearls right in the middle 🙂 Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 18, 2019 • 12:10 pm Hi Mabel, I’m pleased you enjoyed this image and I love your description. Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you’re having a great start to your year. 🙂 Reply ↓ Jane Iwan January 18, 2019 • 4:21 am Congratulations on yet another Monochromia post. It’s beautiful. Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 18, 2019 • 12:09 pm Thank you, Jane. So glad you like it– one of my faves of the year. 🙂 Hope you are doing well. Reply ↓ harrienijland January 18, 2019 • 1:29 am I do 🙂 Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 18, 2019 • 12:08 pm Hi Harrie, Are you getting married? 🙂 Reply ↓ PEPIX January 17, 2019 • 10:32 pm Wonderful, delicate and fragile and sooo beautiful! ❤ Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 18, 2019 • 12:07 pm Thank you, Petra. Happy you like this study– a wonderful flower. Reply ↓ Steve Schwartzman January 17, 2019 • 6:58 pm Ia that an anemone? Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 17, 2019 • 10:21 pm Hi Steve, No, it’s a Protea. It’s reddish in color. Reply ↓ lexklein January 17, 2019 • 6:14 pm Those little curled edges really pop in black and white, and the insides look almost bejeweled. You would have a field day in Hawaii, where even I (a non-flower photographer most of the time) could not stop aiming my camera at each little botanical treasure! Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 18, 2019 • 12:07 pm Hi Lex, Thanks so much! I’m glad you like this in B&W- the Protea are quite beautiful in color, too, but I just loved the contrasts and details that the monochrome brought out. I have had a few field days in Hawaii with the incredible plants and flowers. It’s amazing. My favorite to photograph is the Plumeria. Such a beautiful flower. It’s great that you had such a wonderful time! Reply ↓ bluebrightly January 17, 2019 • 6:10 pm It’s as if the flower paused for you… Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 18, 2019 • 12:03 pm Hi Lynn, I definitely felt a connection. Thank you for pondering….much appreciated. Reply ↓ D supp January 17, 2019 • 5:13 pm Exquisite ! Looks like beautiful pearls in the center. Happy New Year Jane ! Cheers! D Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 18, 2019 • 12:01 pm Thank you, Diane. Yes, that’s a great way to describe it. Happy New Year and wonderful to hear from you. 🙂 Reply ↓ Eliza Waters January 17, 2019 • 4:55 pm Like a jewel in a crown! Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 18, 2019 • 12:01 pm What a great description, Eliza. Thanks so much! Reply ↓ oneowner January 17, 2019 • 2:55 pm Beautiful shot, Jane. Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 17, 2019 • 4:23 pm Thanks so much, Ken. Much appreciated. Reply ↓ Allan G. Smorra January 17, 2019 • 1:08 pm I feel like I am sneaking this look at the flower. The overall dark tone of the image works well with the edge outlines on the lighter-colored petals. Ω Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 17, 2019 • 1:32 pm Thanks, Allan. I bit how I felt when I was photographing it. Happy you like the contrasts. Reply ↓ Detlef Gimbel January 17, 2019 • 1:05 pm Do you take jpgs direct out of the camera, or do you use Lightroom, Photoshop etc.? Beautyful light in this flower. Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 17, 2019 • 1:34 pm HI Detlef, I always shoot in RAW and process my photos in LR before exporting as a JPEG to my blog. Glad you like this one– thank you! Reply ↓ Detlef Gimbel January 17, 2019 • 1:01 pm 👍 Reply ↓ Jane Lurie January 17, 2019 • 1:02 pm 😁Thanks, Detlef. Reply ↓ Love to hear what you think... Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.