342-08 342-17Lots of converging lines in the first picture; but if you look hard (but not overly hard) they are also there in the second one.

34 thoughts on “Leaves

  1. vastlycurious.com

    As ever, love your B & W’s the best ! You made such an impression on me when I began blogging as I never liked them ! Cheers to 3 years !

    1. tms Post author

      Glad to hear it (although I also enjoy straying into colour photography – along with the speedy processes that come with making digital pictures). And I cannot believe it’s three years now! Cheers!

  2. transformsiberia.com

    Excellent stuff. B&W has such a texture which color lacks. You made great use of that texture. Cool to see how someone else looks at something. Thank you, Alex

  3. Chris Breebaart

    Beautiful Tobias!! well done. The glitch with pingbacks occurs only on sites that are using https in the URL. They know about it and are working on it. I have https forced in my URL. I probably did that myself long ago. So, I have to wait till techs solved it.

  4. Argus

    I like shots that challenge perception—okay, I’m a bit slow but the eureka! when I recognised it as leaves was well worth it. Nice~!

    1. tms Post author

      I always enjoy that effect, too. Thanks for visiting and commenting here.

  5. Anita

    Are we supposed to pick one of subtle and not-so-subtle versions of convergence? Because I’m unable to. 🙂

    1. tms Post author

      Thanks for commenting! Do you refer to this post or to the challenge in general?

    2. tms Post author

      Okay, let’s see. I’d say one is pretty obvious. And I cannot think of leaves that have no converging lines, so the other one is just a case in point. Cheers!

    3. Anita

      Thank you for the patient explanation. I was only suggesting that both photographs are excellent, and not really asking if one has to choose! I’ll skip the lengthy text next time, and get straight to the point! 🙂

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