From Clicking to Creating-Wildlife, and Black and White
This was an easy week for me. Wildlife is the prompt this week from the Dogwood 52, and since that’s what I love to photograph, I have lots to choose from. In fact, choosing was probably the hardest part.
In the end, I went with this image. I have never seen a magpie on a bison before, and she didn’t seem too thrilled about it. It was hilarious to watch the magpie try to stay balanced as she walked.
I’m not sure what this pronghorn antelope was thinking. He seemed a little worried to be surrounded by all the bison, and ran off right after this shot.
Another blingy bison. He was trying pretty hard to get rid of this though.
How about a moose chilling on the river bank?
The 2 Lil Owls this week is black and white. I like black and white for a lot of images, especially landscape.
It just brings attention to the actual landscape more I think. You eliminate the color, and the texture and form of the land is what you see. Ansel Adams had a good thing going.
I saw this downy woodpecker the other morning. The are black and white anyway, so he was perfect.
Do you like black and white? What do think about it’s use in landscape photography?