A Tree

David Williams Photography A Tree B&W

f/11 | 1/60 | iso 100 | Canon 17-40mm f/4L USM @ 17mm

Took a little stroll at Northern State Hospital last week, thought this was a cool sight! As I was finishing the colour version, Amy passed by and thought it would look cool in B&W with some selective colouring…oddly enough I think I like the colour version over the B&W. What are your thoughts?

David Williams Photography A Tree

f/11 | 1/60 | iso 100 | Canon 17-40mm f/4L USM @ 17mm

…Enjoy!


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14 thoughts on “A Tree

    • Dad…you mean you actually like the B&W version over the colour? Are you feeling okay? 😛 Figures that perhaps one of the only times I like a colour version over a B&W you like the B&W! Amy thinks it’s because you guys are on the same wave length. 😉

  1. Both are excellent, David. The black and white version has that eerie feeling, especially with that much drama in the sky. I am honestly torn, I like the feeling that the BW evokes, but I also like the colored version because I see more of the actual scenery.

  2. As always, I am blown away by your photography…but I was actually speechless as soon as I saw the B/W…so Amy scores a point 😉 Terrific! As always!

  3. I am a bit put off by the colour in the grass in the first one – if it was just in the leaves I might prefer that version. Either way a nice shot – I like the composition. And the sky.

    • Totally know what you mean, I was going back and forth with the grass bit but since my love dug it…well, or course I went with it!! 😀 As always, thanks for the comment, always love your input.

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