Friday, March 21, 2014

Monochrome Processes Redone (Multiple Places)

Today I have some monochrome (black and white) processes of photos I've taken in the past. They are from various places. Hope you enjoy. If you enjoy monochrome and abstract photos, you can view more at my gallery here.

First photo is of Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park. This was taken back in 2010 on my road trip to Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park from the SF Bay Area. 
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This is a photo of a Pacific-slope Flycatcher (Empidonax difficilis) in silhouetted against the bright white clouds. Photo was shot at Quarry Lakes Regional Park in Fremont, CA. 
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Photo is of a hummingbird silhouetted against the bright sky. This actually happened by accident as the bright sky threw off my exposure reading. As Bob Ross used to say "Just happy little accidents". Photo was shot in Augustin Bernal Park in Pleasanton, CA.   
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 This is a photo of rock formations at Point Lobos State Reserve in Big Sur, CA. 
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Photo shot on drive driving from Reno, NV to Truckee, CA. Photo is of winter scenery. 
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Photo shot near the trail head at Mission Peak (Stanford Entrance) in Fremont, CA. 
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Another photo from Mission Peak in Fremont, CA from the same trip as the photo above. It is a photo of a rock. 
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Here is a macro shot of a flower on a peach tree shot in my backyard in Pleasanton, CA. 
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