Don’t those distinctive stripes from the mark of my cane look so much more dramatic in those grainy shades of dark and light, black and white?
I’m working and training my eye with exercises from a photography text at the moment.
But, to be honest, none of them have provided the inspiration that I get from Molly’s prompts.
Those Distinctive Stripes
Those Distinctive Stripes – Cane Marks for Sinful Sunday Week 167
I usually find Molly’s monthly prompts inspiring.
Take the Triptych Challenge as an example. Prior to Molly’s Triptych Challenge we’d never created an image of that sort. Now, upon occasion, I’m finding that Serafina shoots images in series of three, all with the idea of creating new inventive triptych images.
Of course this month’s challenge was a black and white image, converted from color. After initially forgetting the date was June 1, I submitted a pic of myself, hard at play (the expression “hard at work” seems backwards to me – I certainly play harder than I work!) with our new love Sinnja. The post was called, Getting It Right This Time.
Then I posted a far more erotic image at my SpiritualBDSM blog, in a post called Sinnful Shaving . . .! I really like that image. It’s far more striking in black and white than it is in color.
And that got me to looking at more and more of my pictures in a different light. Although perhaps it’s not the light that’s changing, but the colors and tonality.
Sometimes, just sometimes, I’m seeing instead of colors, in shades of dark and light, black and white.
Inspiration is a wonderful gift!
Thank you once again, my dear Molly, for everything, and especially for making my Sunday’s Sinful!!!
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