Succulent In Rain


My latest contribution on Monochromia. I hope you enjoy this moment from nature.

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Close-Up, Succulent, Rain, Photography, Black and White, Monochrome, Fujifilm X-T2 Succulent In Rain

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41 comments

  1. Lovely image!

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  2. So gorgeous! Your black and white photos always take my breath away!

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  3. WOW this shot feels like a BURST of energy!!! gorgeous details!!

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  4. Liked it there, and liking it here too!

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  5. beautifully succulent, Jane 🙂

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  6. Excellent, striking image, my friend.

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  7. Beautiful tones, Jane. Such soft lighting—nice work.
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  8. Truly lovely. The B&W works perfectly. (Suzanne)

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  9. Amazing!!

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  10. Oh, my, this is GORGEOUS! It’d make a great print for the bathroom (all that moisture!). 😉

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  11. Very nice and love the droplets of water all over the place!

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  12. I love succulents and this is a lovely rosette made more so by the rain drops. A sedum possibly? Very nice, Jane.

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    • Hi Steve, Me, too! And fortunately they are growing all over the place here. Such fun to see the different varieties- this may be a sedum- I need to study up on the names. Add some rain, and be still my heart. 😍 Pleased you enjoyed this one- thanks so much.

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  13. hi jane, wonderful raindrops picture in b&w.
    greetings robert

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  14. Very nice. Beautiful soft delicate light.

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  15. Another stellar image with pattern and detail.

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  16. Really like these photos with water drops. Well done!

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