Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Time off from the flowers but not from the colors 暂时避开花儿但无法避开颜色 ...


I once asked a fellow photograph enthusiast 
to review and critique 
my Black and White photograph, 
...
her answer was 
very simple
"why shoot in B&W 
while the world presented to you 
with such wonderful COLORS" 
...
nevertheless, 
I still do both 
...

Time off from the flowers but not from the colors ...

Sunway Pyramid
双威金字塔



17 comments:

Olivier said...

deux superbes photos, avec une preference pour la premiere, avec une superbe DOF et en plus elle me donne envie ;)

Olivier said...

les scenes de rue ou de la vie quotidienne rendent mieux en b&w et en plus c'est une forme d'heritage des anciens grands photographes comme Doisneau, William Klein and co

Sciarada said...

Ciao Wong, the colors are beautiful, offer cheerful, but the black and white, charm and atmosphere they create!
have a good day!

FRANKIE PAIN said...

aquation entre le sujet et le choix de pélicules
i love two
because the différence no something
kiss frankie

Andrey Salikov said...

the excellent photographs

Bob Bushell said...

As sweet as a cake and a b/w picture of cycling without any care, great photos.

Patrick Lucas said...

although it is difficult to explain
the emotion and intent are different
photos in B & W and color
Good day !

essi said...

Very nice and very different pictures.The word is not black and white, the word is different!

Mama-Bug said...

That's a wonderful black & white photo Wong! I really like it.

POESIE-LYRIK-HAIKU-KURZGESCHICHTEN-FOTOGRAFIE-H-P's FOTO ART said...
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POESIE-LYRIK-HAIKU-KURZGESCHICHTEN-FOTOGRAFIE-H-P's FOTO ART said...

Sunway Pyramid
双威金字塔

Ein grossartiges Foto das von den Kontarsten lebt!

Hertlichst Hans-Peter

Laura.M said...

I like the world in color, Wong ... More cheerful:))
Greetings. Laura

Bengts fotoblogg said...

Great photos, I like the black & white very nice.

Olga said...

I love both of them! You approach your subjects with the authenticity. And every subject needs their own medium, no?

Two Tigers said...

Wong, that black and white photo is excellent! You are a master of color and macro, but this shows you have many talents! Definitely one of my favorites of yours.

George said...

Color is wonderful, but some scenes are much more powerful when captured in black and white.

Misty said...

That second shot is really cool!