Wednesday, January 16, 2013


Clockwise from top left: "Hydrangea" by Gallery Zoo Art - Catherine Jeltes; "Seed Cages 1" by Shortwork - Justin Short; "As Time Goes" by Karen Webb; and "The Wallflower Who Never Could" by Dreamer Fine Arts - Andrea Meredith.

This week's collection is just about nature at it's simplest and most beautiful. If you have an area of your home that you're not quite sure what to do with, you can rarely go wrong with black and white nature photography, particularly gorgeous pieces like these. What do you think? Are you a fan of black and white?

11 comments:

  1. Gorgeous finds, and I love the simplicity. Well done

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  2. Oh great! I was getting over my twig/berries obsession... that bottom right photo just triggered it again :)

    I constantly struggle to introduce color in my drawings, because my natural tendency is to create in black & white.

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  3. You can't go wrong with black and white...love the flower picture!

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  4. Love these...so simple but beautiful!

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  5. I love the classic look of black and white. That skeleton leaf is SO cool!

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  6. The depth in that picture of the flowers is incredible. I'm not normally into flowers-as-decor, but this makes me reconsider!

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  7. wow these are awesome *_*
    http://coeursdefoxes.blogspot.com/

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  8. Gorgeous collection today! Oh yes, actually we just bought two large black and white prints, and I painted our main level light grey last year. So, I'm working on redoing our main level in a black, white, grey, & tan theme:)

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  9. I really enjoy the intricacies of the top two photos. Black and white nature is always a nice base. In fact, pretty much any black and white is nice. I love the contrasts.

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  10. Those photos are Amazing! I love black and white photos, I wish they would work in my house.
    Valerie
    Everyday Inspired

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